Park was a proposal for hundreds
houses in an area currently planned for only 38 houses, and on
land that protects Ashburn's drinking water source. The
developer revised the proposal several times, and ranged from
1,800+ new houses to 466. This land is off the Greenway west
of Goose Greek, between Ashburn and Leesburg in the Transition
of Supervisors voted to keep the existing growth plan for this
area, and this proposal is clearly far beyond what the plan calls
for. See this
chart for a comparison of the impacts.
Village was removed from today's agenda due to a potential
notice violation, which means that it will be considered
during the new Board of Supervisors' term.
Village was a proposal for new houses on land currently zoned
for only 66 houses, south
of Braddock Road, west of Route 659 relocated, and east of
Lightridge Road. During several revisions, the proposal called
for approximately 500-850 new houses.
proposal doesn't conform with our county's growth plan and
would put the Transition Area at risk. The
Planning Commission recommended denial of Braddock Village
in March 2007.
Board of Supervisors said no to the Dulles South/Transition
Area CPAM, and now they should say no this rezoning
proposal is in the same area of the CPAM, which would
have allowed up to 33,800 new houses in an area with
no jobs and little infrastructure.
proposal does not match the vision for this area set forth
by our Comprehensive Plan.
of this proposal would set a dangerous precedent for the
Transition Area. It would open the whole
Transition Area to suburban development.
Staff Report (Word doc)
Summary and Impact
Prepared by the Piedmont Environmental Council, with excerpts
from the County Staff Report
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