The subject tract consists of four parcels near the intersection of West Butler Avenue and County Line Road. The four subject parcels have a gross lot area of 15.775 acres, of which two parcels area proposed to be consolidated, TMP# 26-006-101-005 and 26-006-101. The consolidated lot will make up the proposed Wawa and gasoline dispensers. A 2-story flex building and accessory storage barn are present on the tract. Wetlands have been identified in the center of the tract.
The applicant proposes a J31, Planned Community Center Mixed (PCCM) use, which is permitted by Conditional Use in the C1 Zoning District. A 5,585 square foot Wawa (J1-Retail Use) with a 6 pump motor vehicle fueling station (J19-Service Station Use) is proposed. A J1 Use and J19 Use are permitted by right in the C1 Zoning District and both are allowable uses within a PCCM. Frontage improvements to West Butler Avenue include a signal at the main access road to align the New Britain Village Shopping Center entrance with the proposed Wawa. An access driveway is proposed to be maintained from County Line Road. The site will be served by public water and public sewer.
The project involves the former Chalfont Acme Supermarket with 10 gross acres of land. The property currently contains an existing 66,446 sf building and associated parking lot. The applicant proposes to subdivide a 3.021 acre portion of the parcel adjacent to West Butler Avenue for a Retail use, use J1. Lot 1, a 5.018 acre lot, would contain the existing building. No development is prosed on lot 2 as part of this application.
The applicant proposes to subdivide the 20.247 acre parcel into 4 smaller parcels. The parcels will range in size with the smallest being 3.74 acres and the largest being 5.87 acres. All of the proposed lots will take access from Township Line Road. The proposed dwelling will be served by a private well and an on-lot septic system.
The applicant, Prestige Property Partners, LLC, proposes subdivision and land development of two parcels making up a 36.9 acre area of land with road frontages along Upper Stump Road, Old Limekiln Road and Upper Church Road. Peace Valley Winery currently occupies the site. The former applicant received Preliminary Plan Approval by the Board of Supervisors on May 11, 2009 for a 15-lot subdivision. Since that approval, a new applicant has submitted an alternate plan for the development of 12-lots and elimination of the previously proposed through road. Three of the proposed lots will front on Upper Church Road, 3 will front on Upper Stump Road, 5 will front on Old Limekiln Road and the remaining lot is a flag lot. On-lot water and septic are proposed.
The applicant proposes to construct a storage building, Use J25-Self Storage, on the existing 4.34 acre parcel. The site is a wooded lot on the corner of County Line Road and Maple Avenue and currently contains two single-family dwellings and a shed, which will be demolished. The proposed two-story, climate controlled building will consist of 702 variable sized units. The footprint of the building is 53,504 SF with a total size of 107,008 SF. There are two proposed interior loading areas, 13 off street parking spaces, no outdoor storage is proposed. The applicant received 11 Zoning Variances for the proposed development.
The applicant proposes the subdivision and land development of two parcels consisting of 21.94 acres. This project consists of two phases. Phase I, which has been previously recorded, involved the creation of Lot 12 for the existing single-family dwelling. Phase II, will subdivide the remaining parcel into 11 new single-family residential lots, located on a 28-foot wide cul-de-sac, and 13.51 acres of open space, which is proposed to be maintained by a homeowners association. A trail easement along the Neshaminy Creek is proposed to be offered to the Township.
The applicant proposes to construct a 120,000 square foot industrial building on Lot 2, a 16.646 gross acre parcel, of the previously approved Quad Graphic Subdivision Plan. The plan has been accepted for preliminary review. No approvals have been granted at this time.
The applicant proposes to subdivide a 4.51 acre parcel into four smaller parcels. The proposed parcels will vary in size with the smallest parcel being 1.008 acres and largest being 1.278 acres. The proposed dwellings will be served by public water and sewer. The plan has been accepted for preliminary review. No approvals have been granted at this time.
Proposing 28 single family dwellings on 40 acres of land. Final Subdivision and Land Development approval was granted on May 5, 2014.
Proposing 12 single family dwellings on 34 acres of land. The lot sizes will range from the smallest being 2 acres and the larges being 4 acres. The site will be served by public water and public sewer. Final Subdivision and Land Development approval was granted on January 25, 2010 with an approved amendment to the Final Plan granted on November 16, 2015.
Proposing a 5,480 square foot commercial building, Use K3 Warehouse. Final approval was granted on October 15, 2012.