A developer, who withdrew his original housing proposal on Lenox Road in Avon after it drew a lot of complaints from neighbors, is submitting a new application for the same area with less subdivided lots and units than the initial proposal.
Bill Ferrigno of Avon's Sunlight Construction has reduced his request to build at 44 Lenox Road to 39 lots of "single family cluster homes" versus the 57 houses and condo units he was originally proposing, according to the meeting agenda.
The Avon Planning and Zoning Commission has moved its regular meeting Tuesday, Oct. 8 from Town Hall to the Avon Volunteer Fire Department Company 1 firehouse at 25 Darling Drive. The space will accommodate more people for two public hearings on the application for the 39-lot subdivision and permission to put the housing development in the R30 residential zone.
The land in question encompasses 45.5 acres. Sunlight Construction originally planned to call the housing development Jefferson Crossing and the condominium section Southhampton Village, but the company has since chosen a new name for the subdivision. The revised name is "Stratfordshire," according to the planning and zoning agenda.
A map of the proposed housing development shows it stretching from Lenox Road to Haynes Road.
The meeting starts at 7:30 p.m.
Will you get behind the revised plan? Do you have any concerns?