REGULATIONS AFFECTING GENERAL DEVELOPMENT PLANS (GDPs)
Floodplain Hazard Reduction
Engineering Design Standards
NOTICE OF INTENT
The subdivider shall submit to the plan administrator a letter showing his/her name and address and that of his/her land planner and stating his intent to subdivide a particular property, briefly describing the location, amount of land, and particulars as to the intended use of the property. At that time, a Pre-Design Conference will be scheduled.
A map, drawing or chart drawn to scale on which is shown the subdivider's proposed arrangement of streets, lots, easement, other public spaces, and general land uses on all contiguous properties owned or held under single ownership from which a proposed subdivision is intended to be made.
The Concept Plan may be the same as a Preliminary Plat, if such plan complies with the requirements of a Preliminary Plat.
When a subdivision is a portion of a tract larger than 40 acres in size, to be subdivided later in its entirety, a Concept Plan of the entire tract shall be submitted with the Preliminary Plat of the portion to be first subdivided. The Concept Plan shall show the schematic layout of the entire tract and its relationship to adjacent property within the neighborhood unit. When appropriate, more than one tract or subdivision may be included within the Concept Plan.
The Concept Plan shall delineate the proposed characteristics of the area in terms of major categories of land use, dwelling units and population densities, general layout of lots and streets, drainage ways, utility trunk lines, location of sites for parks, schools and other public uses, present and proposed zoning, and such other information as the commission or its designee finds to be necessary for making a decision on the approval of the Preliminary Plat.
1. General Development Plan Application
2. General Development Plan Deposit Agreement
3. Concept Plan
4. Approval letter from Collin County Development Services
5. Tax Certificates from the County and the School District
6. Planning submittal fees as listed on the City of Weston's Fee Schedule
Completed packets must be submitted a minimum of 90 days prior to the anticipated City Council meeting in which an application is to be considered by Council.
City Secretary | Susan Coffer
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