Planning Board Applications Under Review
Meeting dates for the following projects can be found in the Agenda Center.
Please Contact the Planning Department with any questions or for more information.
This page is updated prior to each meeting.
Large House Reviews
Large House Review was adopted by the Town to provide pre-construction and post-construction review of single family dwellings which meet the applicability standards set forth in Section 5.9 of the Zoning Bylaw.
LHR-24-01 25 WELLESLEY AVENUE
LHR-24-02 32 BERNARD ROAD
LHR-24-03 110 HUNDREDS ROAD
Large House Review Major Modifications
LHR-20-05 35 RICE STREET - Drainage
- Public Comment
- Engineering Comments 4.28.23
- Staff Report 4.28.23
- Revised Materials 8.15.23
- Revised Engineering Comments 8.16.23
- Staff Report 8.21.23
LHR-17-03 38 HIGHGATE ROAD
Review of Adequacy & Scenic Roads
Outlined in Section 5.3 of the Zoning Bylaw, "Certification of the adequacy of a way by the Planning Board shall be required prior to the issuance of a building permit for: Construction of a new one or two-family dwelling; Reconstruction of a one or two-family dwelling in conjunction with removal of 50% or more of the existing building coverage (footprint); or Addition to a one or two-family dwelling where total building coverage (footprint) would be increased by 50% or more.
Scenic Road - Tree Removal - 18 Benvenue Street
Projects of Significant Impact
Outlined in Section 5.6 of the Zoning Bylaw, a Projects of Significant Impact (PSI) requires a special permit issued by the Planning Board.
Subdivision &/or Approval Not Required
Residential Incentive Overlays
Outlined in Section 3.2 of the Zoning Bylaw, Residential Incentive Overlays (RIOs) provide a residential reuse incentive for a parcel or parcels greater than one acre located in close proximity to the Town’s commercial districts and public transportation.
Lower Falls Village Commercial District
Outlined in Section 2.11 of the Zoning Bylaw, To establish a commercial zoning district for Lower Falls that allows for commercial reinvestment and improvements, while protecting the quality of the immediately surrounding residential neighborhoods.