Subdivision

Concept Plan

5-SD-01-C

Approved
by the Planning Commission

APPROVE variances 1 & 2 because of topography, and because the proposed variances will not create a traffic hazard
APPROVE the Concept Plan subject to 11 conditions


See case notes below

Details

Request

Property Info

Case Notes

What's next?

Details of Action

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1. Connection to sanitary sewer and meeting any other relevant requirements of the Knox County Health Department.
2. Provision of street names which are consistent with the Uniform Street Naming and Addressing System within Knox County (County Ord. 91-1-102).
3. Widening Cate Rd. from the entrance to the subdivision south to W. Emory Rd. to a standard acceptable to the Knox County Department of Engineering and Public Works, but not less than 18'. Plans for the road widening are to be submitted at the design plan phase of the proposed subdivision. Cate Rd. should be improved prior to final plat approval for this subdivision.
4. The possible detention basin shown on Lot 20 is to be designed as an offline basin.
5. The pavement for the turnaround for Road "A" shall be designed to County standards.
6. Meeting all applicable requirements of the Knox County Department of Engineering and Public Works.
7. Meeting all applicable requirements and obtaining all required permits from the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation for crossing and altering the blueline stream.
8. Certification on the final plat by the applicant's surveyor that there is adequate sight distance in both directions along Cate Rd.
9. Place a note on the final plat that all lots will have access only to the internal street system.
10. Meeting all requirements of the approved use on review development plan.
11. A final plat application based on this concept plan will not be accepted for review by the MPC until certification of design plan approval has been submitted to the MPC staff.

Applicant Request

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Subdivision
Southland Group, Inc. on Cate Road
Lots
27 (Split)
Proposed Density
2.8 du/ac

Variances

1. Intersection grade variance from 1% to 3% on Road "A".
2. Intersection grade variance from 1% to 3% on Road "B".


Property Information

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Location
West side of Cate Rd., north of W. Emory Rd.

Commission District 6


Size
9.64 acres

Sector
Northwest County

Currently on the Property
Vacant land

Growth Plan
Planned Growth Area

Case Notes

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Staff Recommendation
APPROVE variances 1 & 2 because of topography, and because the proposed variances will not create a traffic hazard


APPROVE the Concept Plan subject to 11 conditions

1. Connection to sanitary sewer and meeting any other relevant requirements of the Knox County Health Department.
2. Provision of street names which are consistent with the Uniform Street Naming and Addressing System within Knox County (County Ord. 91-1-102).
3. Widening Cate Rd. from the entrance to the subdivision south to W. Emory Rd. to a standard acceptable to the Knox County Department of Engineering and Public Works, but not less than 18'. Plans for the road widening are to be submitted at the design plan phase of the proposed subdivision. Cate Rd. should be improved prior to final plat approval for this subdivision.
4. The possible detention basin shown on Lot 20 is to be designed as an offline basin.
5. The pavement for the turnaround for Road "A" shall be designed to County standards.
6. Meeting all applicable requirements of the Knox County Department of Engineering and Public Works.
7. Meeting all applicable requirements and obtaining all required permits from the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation for crossing and altering the blueline stream.
8. Certification on the final plat by the applicant's surveyor that there is adequate sight distance in both directions along Cate Rd.
9. Place a note on the final plat that all lots will have access only to the internal street system.
10. Meeting all requirements of the approved use on review development plan.
11. A final plat application based on this concept plan will not be accepted for review by the MPC until certification of design plan approval has been submitted to the MPC staff.
Disposition Summary
APPROVE variances 1 & 2 because of topography, and because the proposed variances will not create a traffic hazard
APPROVE the Concept Plan subject to 11 conditions

Details of Action
1. Connection to sanitary sewer and meeting any other relevant requirements of the Knox County Health Department.
2. Provision of street names which are consistent with the Uniform Street Naming and Addressing System within Knox County (County Ord. 91-1-102).
3. Widening Cate Rd. from the entrance to the subdivision south to W. Emory Rd. to a standard acceptable to the Knox County Department of Engineering and Public Works, but not less than 18'. Plans for the road widening are to be submitted at the design plan phase of the proposed subdivision. Cate Rd. should be improved prior to final plat approval for this subdivision.
4. The possible detention basin shown on Lot 20 is to be designed as an offline basin.
5. The pavement for the turnaround for Road "A" shall be designed to County standards.
6. Meeting all applicable requirements of the Knox County Department of Engineering and Public Works.
7. Meeting all applicable requirements and obtaining all required permits from the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation for crossing and altering the blueline stream.
8. Certification on the final plat by the applicant's surveyor that there is adequate sight distance in both directions along Cate Rd.
9. Place a note on the final plat that all lots will have access only to the internal street system.
10. Meeting all requirements of the approved use on review development plan.
11. A final plat application based on this concept plan will not be accepted for review by the MPC until certification of design plan approval has been submitted to the MPC staff.

What's next?

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After the Planning CommissionAppeals of Concept Plans and Final Plats are filed with Chancery CourtThe Process
Applicant

Southland Group, Inc. on Cate Road

Southland Group, Inc.


Case History