Development service fees are still set to increase in fiscal year 2016, but the City Council recently indicated they favor a lesser increase on five fee hikes than was proposed by City Manager Ron Carlee several weeks ago. Carlee proposed ...Read More »
The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Planning Commission says it will provide city officials with recommended revisions to the city’s zoning ordinance in an effort to raise the bar on ensuring high-quality development. That means coordinating zoning policies with the city’s transit station area ...Read More »
Davidson has voted to settle a lawsuit filed by two developers claiming the town didn’t have the authority to require homebuilders to construct affordable housing or collect fees for public services. Following Mayor John Woods’ comment that “we’d all like ...Read More »
The North Carolina Department of Transportation closed on a controversial public-private partnership with Spanish developer Cintra this week, surprising many attendees at Wednesday evening’s meeting of the Charlotte Regional Transportation Planning Organization. Opponents of the agreement to build toll lanes ...Read More »
Editor’s note: The original post of this story incorrectly stated that no new development would be permitted under the proposed moratorium on rezoning applications. LANCASTER, S.C. – The Planning Commission recommended Tuesday that the County Council approve a nine-month moratorium ...Read More »
Charlotte City Council approved several rezoning requests Monday night, including petitions allowing the construction of single-family and multifamily developments in north and south Charlotte. The council also denied a request to build a convenience store and gas station in east ...
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The city of Charlotte has received an upset bid of $13.32 million for an uptown parcel of land that had been slated for sale to Atlanta-based Pollack Shores Development. The Charlotte City Council approved that deal, valued at $12.2 million, ...Read More »