Building Permit


Recommended for approval by the Planning Commission

See case notes below


Property Info

Case Notes

Applicant Request


Building Permit - New Construction

Reason for Change
Building Permit - New Construction


1) Renew the waiver,approved in 2021, to increase the Impervious Area Ratio from 70% to 91.6%.

Property Information

10315 Cogdill Rd.

East side of Cogdill Rd. south of Starkey Ln

Commission District 3

11.56 acres

Northwest County

Land Use Designation? LI (Light Industrial) & HI (Heavy Industrial)

Currently on the Property
Small light industrial building complex

Case Notes


Staff recommends the following actions on the required waivers from the Design Guidelines:
1) Approve the waiver to increase the Impervious Area Ratio from 70% to 91.6%.

Staff recommends approval of this request for a Certificate of Appropriateness for a building permit, subject to the following conditions:
1) Obtaining Planning Commission approval for the proposed revision of the development plans; this request will be on the September 6, 2022 TTCDA Agenda.
2) Connection to sanitary sewer and meeting any other relevant requirements of the utility provider.
3) Installation of all landscaping as shown on the development plan within six months of the issuance of an occupancy permit, or posting a bond with the Knox County Department of Engineering and Public Works to guarantee such installation.
4) Installation of all sidewalks as identified on the site plans. Sidewalks connecting those along the right-of-way with those at the church entry may be required by the Knox County Engineering Department during the permitting review stage and would be coordinated at that time. Knox County Engineering reserves the right to waive the sidewalks due to the steep topography if found to be unreasonable to install.
5) Meeting all other applicable requirements of the Knox County Department of Engineering and Public Works.
6) Meeting all applicable requirements of the Knox County Zoning Ordinance.
7) Obtaining approval of signage in a separate application at a future time.


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