Subdivision

Concept Plan

7-SB-21-C  

Postponed by the Planning Commission

To Be Heard

November 10, 2021


See case notes below

Request

Property Info

Case Notes

What's next?

Applicant Request

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Subdivision
Capital Drive
Lots
4 (Split)
Residential?
No

Variances

VARIANCES:
1) Reduce the minimum right-of-way dedication from the centerline of Kingston Pike from 50-ft to 44-ft.

ALTERNATIVE DESIGN STANDARDS REQUIRING APPROVAL BY KNOX COUNTY ENGINEERING AND PUBLIC WORKS:
1) Reduce the minimum intersection curb and property line radius at Kingston Pike and Commercial Drive from 75-ft to 50-ft.


Property Information

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Location
9933 & 0 Kingston Pk.

North side of Kingston Pike at Capital Drive

Commission District 3


Size
2.15 acres

Sector
Southwest County

Currently on the Property
Retail store, vacant land

Growth Plan
Urban Growth Area

Case Notes

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Postpone the Concept Plan application until the November 10, 2021, Planning Commission meeting as requested by the applicant.

1. Revising the sidewalk design to meet requirements of Knox County Engineering and Public Works, City of Knoxville Department of Engineering, and/or Tennessee Department of Transportation.
2. Implementation of the street and intersection improvement recommendations outlined in the Transportation Impact Study (TIS) prepared by CDM Smith as revised on September 28, 2021 and as required by the Knox County Department of Engineering and Public Works, City of Knoxville Department of Engineering, and Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT), with the design details and timing of the improvements to be worked out during the design plan stage for the subdivision. The recommended improvements outlined in the TIS are provided in Exhibit A.
3. Modifying the existing stormwater ponds on lots 1 & 4 to meet the Knox County Stormwater Management Ordinance.
4. Installing notification of future street connection at the north end of Commercial Drive as required by Section 3.04.C.2.d. of the Knoxville-Knox County Subdivision Regulations.
5. Meeting all applicable requirements of the Knox County Engineering and Public Works, City of Knoxville Department of Engineering, and Tennessee Department of Transportation.
6. Provision of street names that are consistent with the Uniform Street Naming and Addressing System within Knox County (Ord 91-1-102).
7. Placing a note on the final plat that all lots will have access only to the internal street system.
8. Submitting to Planning Commission staff prior to final plat review by the Planning Commission, the certification of design plan approval form as required by the Knoxville-Knox County Subdivision Regulations.

What's next?

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After the Planning Commission
Because of its location in the County, appeals will be heard by Knox County Chancery Court.
Appeals of Concept Plans and Final Plats are filed with Chancery CourtThe process
Applicant

Patrick Schaad Trustee