On Monday, April 12, The City of White House Planning Commission hosted a meeting and approved three items regarding Fray Branch Cottages’, Advanex USAs’ and Villas at Honey Run Springs’ development plans.
Fray Branch Cottages requested the Final Master Development Plan approval for their 30-unit residential duplex development. The property is zoned Neighborhood Center Residential Planned Unit Development (NCRPUD) and is located at Wilkinson Lane (across from Hickerson Drive).
The significant changes from the Preliminary Plan had to do with stormwater.
Secondly, Advanex USA requested a site plan for a proposed 32,850 square foot manufacturing facility and 7,600 square foot office space. The property is zoned I-2, Heavy Industrial and is located at Hester Drive.
“We’ve been working with them now for a few months trying to get their project ready to go. The staff has looked at the price plan, we’ve been back and forth and we’re comfortable with what they’ve provided. There are some things that could be worked out in the construction plan phase. The site plan they submitted is sufficient,” said Planning and Codes Director Ceagus Clark.
Advanex USA products include torsion springs, extension springs, compression springs, wire forms, straight pins, plastic injection molding, plastic springs and metal stamping.
Finally, The Villas at Honey Run Springs had a Final Plat approval for a 34-unit multi-family development. The property is zoned Neighborhood Center Residential Planned Unit Development (NCRPUD) and is located at 3618 Highway 31W.
“The developer has ironed everything out and is ready to start approving permits. He’s sold seven units. He was ready to start construction a few weeks ago, but we had to get the Final Plat approved,” said Clark.
According to Clark, The Villas’ Final Plat matches the Final Master Development Plan.