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Thursday July 2nd, 2015 7:13PM

FCPC to hear requests for 500+ single-family lots

By Ken Stanford Reporter
CUMMING - The Forsyth County Planning Commission (FCPC) will hear six requests later this month for several proposed residential developments encompassing 553 lots for single-family homes.

The largest of the proposed projects calls for a 192-lot subdivision on Chamblee Gap Road near its intersection with Canton Highway. The Ryland Group wants the property, totaling 88 acres, rezoned for 192 lots.

A 115-lot development is planned by The Providence Group of Georgia, LLC, on Peachtree Parkway near the Brookwood Road intersection; Ballantry Homes plans a 105-lot subdivision on 35 acres on Nichols Road near Summerwind Way; a 61-lot subdivision is proposed for Dave's Creek Drive near Old Atlanta Road by Lennar-Georgia, Inc.; 54 lots are planned by on 20 acres Edge City Properties, Inc. at Old Atlanta Road and Gilbert Road; and, a 26-lot development is proposed by Southern Real Estate Holdings, LLC, for nine acres Kelly Mill Court near Drew Road.

In addition to requesting rezoning to allow for single-family homes, each of the applications also includes at least one variance request. You can read about them by clicking on the link below.

The plannning commission is scheduled to consider the requests at a meeting Aug. 27 at 6:30 in the county commission meeting room in Cumming.









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