Plan commission OKs vet clinic, Options Charter School requests

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The Westfield Advisory Plan Commission met Nov. 6 at City Hall and approved a development plan for a veterinary clinic and Options Charter School, among other items. The next APC meeting will be held at 7 p.m. Nov. 18 at City Hall, 130 Penn St.

What happened: The commission approved a development plan for a veterinary clinic.

What it means: Westfield Veterinary Center will open a 12,000-square-foot veterinary clinic on a 1-acre lot at 18160 Wheeler Rd.

 

What happened: The commission approved a development plan for Options Charter School.

What it means: Fritz Engineering Services will build a 15,990-square-foot school on 3 acres at 3500 E. Ind. 32.

 

What happened: The commission approved an amendment request for the Chatham Hills planned unit development district.

What it means: Henke Development Group requested an amendment to incorporate an additional 252.44 acres – west of U.S. 31, east of Tomlinson Road and south of 203rd Street – into the PUD district for the development of single-family and mixed-use development that will include townhomes, apartments and commercial buildings along Chad Hittle Boulevard and U.S. 31. In addition, the development will have two recreational lakes, an amphitheater and other amenities. The commission sent a unanimous favorable recommendation to the Westfield City Council, which has final say on the amendment request.

 

What happened: The commission voted in favor of an amendment request for the Dartown Crossing planned unit development district.

What it means: MR3 Development is requesting an amendment to incorporate an additional 9 acres into the PUD district, at the northwest corner of Dartown Road and Ind. 32. The developer has plans to build commercial buildings that could include a kennel and various retail and office space.

The commission sent a unanimous favorable recommendation to the Westfield City Council, which has final say.

 

What happened: The commission voted in favor of an amendment request and development plan for a 1-acre area in the Grand Park Village planned unit development district.

What it means: Coyne Veterinary Center is requesting the amendment to allow for the clinic to have outdoor play areas at 18160 Wheeler Rd.

The commission sent a unanimous favorable recommendation to the Westfield City Council.

 

What happened: A public hearing was held for a proposed development plan and primary plat review for Chatham Hills section 7.

What it means: Chatham Hills, LLP is planning to develop 172.687 acres east of the intersection of Chatham Ridge Boulevard and Promontory Lane, west of U.S. 31., to expand Chatham Hills.

No residents spoke during the public hearing. The commission will vote on the request at a future meeting.

 

What happened: A public hearing was held for an amendment request for the Northpoint planned unit development district for the Gordon Food Service distribution center.

What it means: Project 19 is requesting an amendment to the PUD district to accommodate a new distribution facility on approximately 80 acres at the northwest corner of 196th Street and Grassy Branch Road.

No residents spoke during the public hearing. The commission will vote on the request at a future meeting.

 

What happened: A public hearing was held for a proposed amendment to the Westgate planned unit development district.

What it means: Lennar Homes of Indiana, Inc. is requesting the amendment to modify architectural standards and amenity requirements near 166th Street and Town Road, west of Eagletown Road. No residents spoke during the public hearing.

 

What happened: A public hearing was held for an amendment request for the Spring Mill Station SWC planned unit development district. The commission voted in favor of the request. The commission also unanimously conditionally approved a detailed development plan for the project, pending city council approval.

What it means: Spring Mill Station Residential, LLC is requesting the amendment to modify the architectural standards of the PUD district. Developer CRG Residential, LLC is planning to bring 12 multi-family residential buildings and a clubhouse to the 16.62-acre area.

The Westfield City Council has final say.


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