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Hyde Park Application

Discussion in 'Local Area Events' started by The Broadlands Community, Oct 14, 2022.

  1. The Broadlands Community

    The Broadlands Community Well-Known Member

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    The final vote of approval or denial for the Hyde Park residential rezoning application has been deferred to the Board of Supervisors’ Tuesday, November 1st, 2022, Business Meeting. This is a change from the originally advertised meeting date of Tuesday, October 18th, 2022. The agenda for the November 1st meeting, along with the application’s informational document, will be released on the evening of Thursday, October 27th and will be available at Loudoun.gov/Meetings. Those who were planning to speak during public comment at the October 18th meeting can still do so, and are welcome to speak at the November 1st meeting as well. Speakers have the option of providing comments at either meeting or both meetings. Information on how to sign up to speak at the Board meetings is available here. Questions or comments regarding the application can also be made by contacting Broad Run District Supervisor Sylvia Glass via her email and phone number at Loudoun.gov/BroadRun, or by emailing the full Board of Supervisors at BOS@Loudoun.gov.
     
  2. The Broadlands Community

    The Broadlands Community Well-Known Member

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    The final vote of approval or denial for the Hyde Park residential rezoning application is scheduled for the Board of Supervisors’ Business Meeting this Tuesday, November 1st, 2022. Public input is available during a 6:00pm speaking session. Those who would like to speak at the meeting during public input have the option to provide comments in-person or via the phone. Information on how to sign up to speak at the Board meeting is available here. The Loudoun County Planning and Zoning staff analysis packet for the rezoning application can be read here. The full meeting agenda, along with a link to watch the meeting live, is available at Loudoun.gov/Meetings. Questions or comments regarding the application can also be made by contacting Broad Run District Supervisor Sylvia Glass via her email and phone number at Loudoun.gov/BroadRun, or by emailing the full Board of Supervisors at BOS@Loudoun.gov.
     
  3. dbrow

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    Kind of late, but it appears this was moved again.
     
  4. The Broadlands Community

    The Broadlands Community Well-Known Member

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    Application for Hyde Park Deferred to November 15th, Board of Supervisors Business Meeting
    The final vote of approval or denial for the Hyde Park residential rezoning application is now scheduled for the Board of Supervisors’ Business Meeting on Tuesday, November 15th, 2022. Public input is available during a 5:00pm and 6:00pm speaking session (a speaker may only sign up for one session).

    The agenda for the November 15th, 2022 BOS Business meeting, along with the application’s informational document, will be released on the evening of Thursday, November 10th and will be available at Loudoun.gov/Meetings. Those who were planning to speak during public comment at the November 1st meeting can still do so, and are welcome to speak at the November 15 meeting as well. Speakers have the option of providing comments at either meeting or both meetings. Information on how to sign up to speak at the Board meetings is available here. Questions or comments regarding the application can also be made by contacting me at Mike.Turner@loudoun.gov, Supervisor Sylvia Glass, the Broad Run District Supervisor Sylvia.Glass@loudoun.gov, or by emailing the full Board of Supervisors at BOS@Loudoun.gov.

    Description: The applicant proposes rezoning approximately 57.61 acres from PD-OP and PD-H3 Zoning Districts to the R-16/ADU Zoning District to be allowed to construct 779 dwelling units. The current LCPS School Attendance Boundary is Cedar Lane Elementary School, Trailside Middle School and Stone Bridge High School.

    Previous Update: At the September 14th Board of Supervisors (BOS) Public Hearing, the BOS voted to send this application to the October 18th BOS Business Meeting for a vote of approval or denial. To learn more about providing input during the BOS Business Meeting click here and call 703-777-0200 to sign up in advance. The deadline to sign up in advance is noon on the day of the meeting.

    • Previous Update: At the July 14th Planning Commission work session, the Planning Commission voted to send this application to the September 14th, 2022 Board Public Hearing. To learn more about providing input during the BOS Public Hearing click here, and call 703-777-0200 to sign up to speak.
    • Previous Update: On May 26th, 2022, the Planning Commission voted to send this application for Hyde Park to the July 14th Planning Commission Work Session. To provide input during this phase of the process for this application, please email the Planning Commission at loudounpc@loudoun.gov or make a comment at www.loudoun.gov/3362/LOLA.
    • Previous Update: This application is scheduled to come to the Planning Commission’s Public Hearing on May 26th, 2022. Learn more about participating in planning commission public hearings here.
    To check for updates about this application, please visit Loudoun County’s Online Land Application database at loudoun.gov/LOLA. To search for this application, click the blue embedded hyperlink titled “Searchable List.” Type in the application number for example, ZMAP-2021-0006, after “Application Number”. Click “select” and scroll down to comment and/or to review the application documents.
     
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  5. vacliff

    vacliff "You shouldn't say that."

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    Bye bye residential, hello data centers!
     
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  6. Capricorn1964

    Capricorn1964 Active Member

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    VaCliff, what makes you say Data Centers instead of residential homes?

     
  7. vacliff

    vacliff "You shouldn't say that."

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    1. The applicant delayed their meeting.
    2. data centers are paying aggressively increasing prices for land.
    3. Real estate market is softening and will remain so for the foreseeable future.
     
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  8. Excelsior

    Excelsior Southern Walk||IMPERIUM IN IMPERIO||

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    Good

    We don't need more high density housing. The increase in traffic from what was built is already frustrating
     
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  9. glockenspiel

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    Perhaps another traffic light can be added to the top end of Broadlands Blvd in anticipation of the increased residential traffic flow. We will also need another to below Clydes support the upcoming rec center traffic. Let’s see if we can get five or more traffic lights in a one mile segment.
     
  10. Capricorn1964

    Capricorn1964 Active Member

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    I’m afraid you may be right on target!

    I’m glad that I didn’t buy any homes next to Data Centers as I wouldn’t want to see those hulking buildings across from me. I feel bad for those who live in the townhomes across from the Old Gold’s Gym which now has Data Centers across from them. I venture to think that when they are ready to sell their homes, it’s going to be a hard sell when the Data Centers are right in front of their windows!

    I wonder why County allows Data Centers to be built right in view of these homes? I wonder if the rich landowners to the west of Eastern Loudoun County are fighting or have a pact with thr county NOT to build any Data Centers anywhere near their properties as long they are still living there? In short, as long as the Data Centers are located around us, they’ll be happy?

    I’d like to see TALLER trees surrounding the data centers so it’s a less of a blight on our eyes as they aren’t architecturally pleasing!

    Thoughts?


     
  11. The Broadlands Community

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    From the office of Sylvia R. Glass, Loudoun County Board of Supervisors: The Hyde Park application has been deferred indefinitely by the applicant. The agenda at Loudoun.gov/Meetings indicates this was done before the agenda was released on Thursday. The application has not been fully withdrawn, so we will communicate when a date has been picked for appearance at another Business Meeting.
     
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    New Update: The Hyde Park residential rezoning application will return this Tuesday, December 6th, to the Loudoun County Board of Supervisors meeting for a final vote. The public input session will begin at 6:00pm with the staff presentation, discussion, and vote occurring later in the evening. To sign up to speak virtually or in-person at the meeting, to view the full meeting agenda, to or watch the meeting live on Tuesday, visit Loudoun.gov/Meetings. Comments can also be provided to the full Board of Supervisors via email at BOS@Loudoun.gov. If there are specific questions about the application, they are best directed to Broad Run District Supervisor Sylvia Glass’ office via email, phone, or social media, available at her webpage Loudoun.gov/BroadRun. The Loudoun County Planning and Zoning staff analysis packet for Tuesday’s meeting can be read here.
     
  13. vacliff

    vacliff "You shouldn't say that."

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    Deferred again.
    Must still be negotiating with data center operators.
     
  14. Capricorn1964

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    I knew it would be deferred yet again- doesn’t surprise me!

     
  15. The Broadlands Community

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    From Sylvia Glass's office:

    Dear Broadlands Residents,


    The Hyde Park residential rezoning application will again be deferred at the request of the applicant, and will be done by the Chair at the beginning of the meeting tonight. I regret that this application will once again need to be rescheduled and regret the confusion that has surrounded this process. Please know I have read your emails and Facebook comments, and I understand the position of those who have reached out on this application. I will communicate if a new date is selected for appearance at another Board of Supervisors’ Business Meeting (next available meeting is January 17th). Those who were planning to speak either virtually or in-person at this evening’s meeting can still do so (sign up information here: Loudoun.gov/4853). Questions or comments regarding the application can also be made by emailing me at Sylvia.Glass@Loudoun.gov, or by emailing the full Board of Supervisors at BOS@Loudoun.gov. The full staff analysis packet for the rezoning can be read here: loudoun.granicus.com/MetaViewer.php?view_id=86&event_id=3380&meta_id=219859. Thank you for understanding and please feel free to reach out.

    Sincerely,

    Sylvia
    Loudoun.gov/BroadRun
     
  16. glencastle

    glencastle The Paterfamilias

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    Was it deferred because there is a possible change afoot? Why the pause?
     
  17. vacliff

    vacliff "You shouldn't say that."

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    Because it is going to be sold to data center developers. In my humble opinion.
     
  18. vacliff

    vacliff "You shouldn't say that."

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    It’s official. Hello data centers.
     
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  19. glockenspiel

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    Thanks for the insight. Rates are up and home prices are down. Did the residential developer pull their plan and the data center won by default?
     
  20. Genco

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    Cliff, I probably missed the new on this but how is it official? Have they sold the property to a Data Center developer? Thanks
     

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