TTCDA

Building Permit

5-A-21-TOB

by the Planning Commission


See case notes below

Request

Property Info

Case Notes

Applicant Request

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Variances

1) Waiver to 3.8 fcs on sidewalks.
2) Waiver to allow 4.7 fc in parking areas.
3) Waiver of the requirement listing 60 feet as the maximum distance from any parking stall to a medium or large tree, due to the existing surface conditions and the fact that the parking is not visible from the public street.


Property Information

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Location
10315 Cogdill Rd.

Northeast side of Cogdill Road south of Starkey Lane

Commission District 6


Size
11.56 acres

Sector
Northwest County

Currently on the Property
Two office warehouses are located on this property

Case Notes

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Based on the application and plans as submitted and revised, Staff recommends the following actions on the required waivers from the Design Guidelines:

1) APPROVE the waiver to allow 3.8 fcs along sidewalks to increase safety and because the building is not readily visible from the street or surrounding properties.
2) APPROVE the waiver to allow 4.7 fcs in parking areas to increase safety and because the building is not readily visible from the street or surrounding properties.
3) APPROVE the waiver of the requirement for a large or medium canopy tree to be located with 60 feet of all parking spaces due to the existing surface conditions.

Based on the application and plans as submitted and revised, Staff recommends APPROVAL of this request for a Certificate of Appropriateness for a building permit, subject to the following conditions:

1) Connection to sanitary sewer and meeting any other relevant requirements of the utility provider.
2) Installing all landscaping as identified on the approved landscape plan within six months of the issuance of an occupancy permit for this project, or posting a bond with the Knox County Department of Engineering and Public Works to guarantee such installation.
3) Meeting all applicable requirements of the Knox County Department of Engineering and Public Works.
4) Meeting all applicable requirements of the Knox County Zoning Ordinance.
5) Any proposed dumpster or mechanical equipment screening may require a separate TTCDA application and approval.
6) Any proposed signage will require a separate TTCDA application and approval.

Applicant

Stuart Anderson, AIA