Braddock District Land Use Update
Tariq Khan Rezoning (FDP-2012-BR-003):
An application to rezone a property at 4335 Shirley Gate Road from the R-1 District to a PDH-2 Residential District was the subject of a Public Hearing before the Planning Commission on December 5. The applicant is now working to revise its application to reflect two homes instead of three. The public hearing and the public record remain open through January 24. There will be a staff addendum once the revisions are received.
Eleven Oaks School Site (FDP-2012-BR-014):
A public hearing before the Board of Supervisors is currently scheduled for January 8. This project has been recommended by the Planning Commission, approved by the City of Fairfax and recommended by the Braddock District Land Use Committee. A link to the staff report can be found at: http://ldsnet.fairfaxcounty.gov/ldsnet/ldsdwf/4401220.PDF
A small sewer pumping facility to serve these homes that will be maintained by Fairfax City was also approved by the Planning Commission. To testify before the Board of Supervisors on this application, call the Clerk to the Board at 703-324-3151 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. To provide a letter for the record, email: email@example.com
Ox Road Estates (RZ/FDP 2012-BR-020):
A proposal to rezone 5.15 acres on Ox Road is under preliminary review by county staff. It proposes to put 14 homes on 5.15 acres of land at a density of 2.7 homes per acre, with access from Adare Drive. A tentative public hearing before the Planning Commission is scheduled for April 4 and the DPZ staff coordinator for this project is Brent Krasner.
The Braddock District Land Use and Environmental Management Committee has also established a subcommittee to work closely with Middleridge and Fairfax Club Estates. There will be a Community Information Meeting in late February.
A proposal to rezone 4.26 acres of land adjacent to Banting Court and the Briarwood Community has been filed by the Evergreene Companies, Inc. The applicant proposes to construct 10 single family homes at a density of 2.35 homes per acre. The proposal will be filed as a PDH-3 development with 27 percent open space. This proposal has not yet been formally accepted by Fairfax County for public review and comment and is currently undergoing technical analysis. Residents who wish to be kept informed about this application should contact Rosemary.Ryan@fairfaxcounty.gov
The Braddock District Land Use Committee:
The Land Use Committeewill have its regular monthly meeting on January 15 at 7:30 p.m. in Braddock Hall. Meetings are open to interested residents. The Committee will hear from the Department of Zoning Evaluation on the 2232 Application Review Process which includes telecommunications towers.