Tag: subdivision
  • NAO-2005-2549

    Expiration date: 10/29/2016

    Moore's Point, LLC, proposes to build 161 residential lots on 48.855 acres of land located between Nansemond Parkway and Portsmouth Blvd in Suffolk, Virginia. All of the lots and most of the roads will be constructed on uplands. The project requires that two access roads be constructed through forested wetlands.

  • NAO-05-2862

    Expiration date: 5/27/2016

    The applicant proposes to construct a road extension and a parking lot modification associated with the existing Commonwealth Green development, which will result in impacts to 0.557 acres of non-tidal wetlands. The applicant proposes to offset those impacts through the purchase of 1.114 credits from an approved wetland mitigation bank.

  • NAO-2006-5989

    Expiration date: 5/23/2016

    The applicant’s stated proposes to develop 41 acres west of the Edgewood Estates residential development north of Carrollton Boulevard, south of Whippingham Parkway, in Carrollton, Virginia. The site drains into Ragged Island Creek, which drains into the James River, a navigable water of the U.S.

  • NAO-2015-1064

    Expiration date: 1/18/2016

    The applicant proposes to construct a 23 lot single family home subdivision, roads and remove the existing pond located in the north west corner of the intersection of Kain Road and North Gayton Road, Henrico County, Virginia.

  • NAO-13-01819

    Expiration date: 12/18/2013

    The applicant proposes to develop 12 residential lots along Sandbridge Road in Virginia Beach, Virginia. The project, as proposed, will impact 2.657 acres of non-tidal emergent wetlands, 0.394 acres of non-tidal forested wetlands, 0.030 acres of non-tidal forested open water and waters of the United States, and 0.291 acres of non-tidal emergent isolated wetlands. As compensation, the applicant proposes to purchase 3.475 credits from The Great Dismal Swamp Restoration Bank, LLC. In addition, 0.510 acres of on-site forested wetlands and 0.169 acres of on-site emergent wetlands will be avoided and the applicant proposes to protect the avoided wetlands via recordation of a restricted instrument on the property’s chain of title.