Subdivision

Concept Plan

8-SB-22-C

Recommended for approval
by the Planning Commission

Approve the Concept Plan subject to 5 conditions.


See case notes below

Request

Property Info

Case Notes

What's next?

Applicant Request

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Subdivision
Linda Howard Subdivision
Lots
8 (Split)
Proposed Density
0.25
Residential?
Yes - SF

Variances

N/A


Property Information

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Location
5315 SALEM CHURCH RD

Northwest side of Salem Church Road, northeast of Daniels Road

Commission District 8


Size
32.37 acres

Sector
North County

Land Use Designation? AG (Agricultural), HP (Hillside and Ridgetop Protection)


Currently on the Property
Agriculture/Forestry/Vacant Land

Growth Plan
Rural Growth Area

Case Notes

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Staff Recommendation
Approve the Concept Plan subject to 5 conditions.
1. Installation of turnaround driveways on lots 1 and 2 to preclude vehicles backing out of the driveway onto the street.
2. Adding a note to the final plat that sight distance at the driveways of lots 1 and 2 meet the Subdivision Regulations, section 3.04.J.6.
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. 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.
Disposition Summary
Approve the Concept Plan subject to 5 conditions.

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

Linda Howard Subdivision

Linda Howard


Case History

This program aims to increase transit in disadvantaged communities and reduce the impact of climate change. Knoxville-Knox County Planning, in partnership with KAT and the city, will develop a Transit-based Opportunities Map to identify locations for development along key transit corridors that target attainable housing and employment opportunities. Transit-oriented development (TOD) prioritizes efficient, equitable, sustainable development. It also helps reduce poverty and further benefit communities by:

  • Encouraging greater transit use,
  • Reducing automobile use,
  • Maximizing existing infrastructure
  • Reducing emissions, and
  • Providing mixed and low-income housing options.