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File #: 2022-0768    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Agenda Item Status: Consent Agenda
File created: 7/27/2022 In control: Planning and Zoning Commission
On agenda: 8/1/2022 Final action: 8/1/2022
Title: Approving a major preliminary plan revision for the Longhorn Addition an approximately 68.756-acre tract of land out of the P. Conrad Survey, Abstract No. 200, J. Van Winkle Survey, Abstract No. 787, and the W. Barker Survey, Abstract No. 107; Travis County, Texas (PP2109-01).
Attachments: 1. Staff Report, 2. Preliminary Plan

Title

Approving a major preliminary plan revision for the Longhorn Addition an approximately 68.756-acre tract of land out of the P. Conrad Survey, Abstract No. 200, J. Van Winkle Survey, Abstract No. 787, and the W. Barker Survey, Abstract No. 107; Travis County, Texas (PP2109-01).

Summary

The subject property is generally located north of New Meister Lane, south of SH 45, west of Heatherwilde Blvd., and east of Schultz Lane. The property is zoned Campus Industrial (CI) district. The proposed Preliminary Plan Major revision provides for additional phasing and the addition of one lot, making the proposed development a four-lot subdivision that is proposed to be developed in four (4) phases. The proposed preliminary plan amendment still provides for the future extension of Kenney Fort Blvd, however, with the new phasing and addition of lot 4, the owner is enabled to build Kenney Fort in phases because of the necessary approvals that are needed from Travis County and TxDOT. A TIA is under review by the city and is required to be approved prior to the recordation of the Phase 2 final plat. The property is located within the City of Pflugerville CCN for water and wastewater. Extensions of public lines necessary to serve the development are reflected in the preliminary plan. There is a Capital Improvement Project for wastewater needed for this area in order for the development to have service, therefore, no certificate of occupancies will be issued for Phase 2-4 until those improvements have been accepted.

 

Staff Recommendation

The preliminary plan meets the minimum state and local requirements, and staff recommends approval.

 

Drafter

Robyn Miga, Planning Manager

 

 

ATTACHMENTS:

General Location Map

Staff Report

Preliminary Plan