38-Unit Subdivision Planned On 22 Acres At Taft Highway, Corral Road

Tuesday, April 4, 2017

A 38-unit subdivision is planned on 22 acres at the Taft Highway and Corral Road intersection at Signal Mountain.

Talley Holdings Trust is the property owner.

Ben Peppers of Peppers Construction is the developer.

The site currently has access from Taft Highway and Stewart Street.

To the south, west, and north are large lot agricultural and single-family uses. To the north east and east are single-family detached subdivisions.

Average residential density surrounding the site is approximately 0.5 dwelling units per acre. The Eagle Creek Subdivision to the east has an average density of 2.0 dwelling units per acre. The Signal Forest Subdivision to the north has an average density of 1.75 dwelling units per acre.

There is a creek which crosses the site.

The site is currently zoned A-1 Agricultural District.

The property is surrounded by A-1 Agricultural District. There are R-1 Single-Family Residential Zones located 500 feet to north and 100 feet to the east of the site.

There has been no recent zoning activity on this site.

The Walden Ridge Plan recommends Low Density Residential for this area of the county.

The staff of the Planning Commission is recommending approval for rezoning. It goes before the panel on Monday at 1 p.m. at the County Courthouse.

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