If your plans for the new year include fixing up the exterior of your CWE property, plan to attend the Public Forum on Historic District Standards next Saturday, January 12, presented by the CWEA Planning & Development Committee. (The photo above shows a recently-renovated property at 4606 Westminster Pl). Details follow:
CENTRAL WEST END ASSOCIATION
PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE
SATURDAY, JANUARY 12, 2013
TOPIC: PRESENTATION OF REVISED AND UPDATED
CENTRAL WEST END
HISTORIC DISTRICT STANDARDS
WHERE: SECOND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
4501 WESTMINSTER PLACE
ENTER VIA SIDE DOOR ON PARKING LOT ON WEST SIDE OF BUILDING – RING BELL IF DOOR IS UNATTENDED
The Central West End Historic District (a local historic district) and related design and construction standards were adopted in 1979 and have played a critical role over the ensuing decades in maintaining the design integrity and historic character of the built environment as the neighborhood has evolved. Now, after years of effort on the part of many, the standards have been updated to make them more “user friendly” and to incorporate policies and refinements that have developed over the years since they were first created.
Please plan to attend this public forum to learn about the new standards and how they will influence the ongoing development of the CWE.
You may use this link to access the revised document.