The BMA granted approval of an outline plan for Glasgow. To learn more about the proposed development and the remaining approval process, see the post below.
During last night’s meeting, the Germantown Board of Mayor and Alderman unanimously granted approval of an outline plan for Glasgow. The proposed Planned Unit Development (PUD) sits on a 145.42 acre project site and is part of a larger 178.6 acre parcel which was formerly known as the Germantown Country Club.
Since the 1960s the zoning designation of the property has been single-family residential, prior to it being developed as a country club and retained upon the City’s annexation of the property in 1975. The Glasgow PUD is a seven-phase single family residential development consisting of 366 lots. Lots will range from approximately 5,343 to 15,000 square feet with 123 homes reserved specifically for those 55 and older. The proposed development will include a 100 foot wide tree buffer zone around three sides (south, west and east) and an approximately two mile public pedestrian trail with future connections to the existing Wolf River Greenway Trail. Additional amenities within this development include a linear park, club house, pool and pickleball courts.
Following approval of the outline plan by the BMA, the developer will submit a final plan for each phase to be approved by the Planning Commission. Once a site plan is approved by the Planning Commission, the applicant must go back to the BMA for the approval of the final plan and a development contract before work may begin.