Current Applications 

The Planning Commission makes recommendations to the Board of Commissioners on all land development and subdivision applications that are submitted to the Township. The Planning Commission plays an important role in developing the Township's Comprehensive Land Use Plan, as well as keeping the Subdivision and Land Development Codes up to date and in compliance with Pennsylvania's Municipalities Planning Code (MPC).

Please review current meeting agendas to determine when each application will be on the agenda for discussion and/or potential action. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the Township regarding any of the these applications or the review process in general.

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Sketch Plan
2133 Buttonwood Road                                                                 
Meeting Date
Next meeting date to be determined. To receive agendas for upcoming public meetings, please email us and request to be added to our email distribution list.  TBD
The Applicant proposes to subdivide one residential lot into two lots for the purpose of constructing one Single-family Detached Dwelling.

Planning Commission:

Zoning Chapter and Map Amendment
Lehmann and Holder - Devon Center Overlay District                            
Meeting Date
The Applicant will return to the Planning Commission at its July meeting to discuss its revised draft ordinance.
Lehman Holder Zoning Amendment

July 5, 2017
This application, which was originally scheduled to be on the March 7, 2017 Planning Commission agenda, was removed at the request of the Applicant. It will now be reviewed by the Planning Commission at its April meeting.

Applicant proposes amending the Zoning Chapter and Map to add 133 Berkley Road, Devon, PA (Tax Parcel No. 55-3J-42) to the Devon Center Overlay District and permit townhouse and professional and business offices within the Overlay District as standalone uses.



Planning Commission: April 4, 2017
Conditional Use (CU) 98    
La Cabra Brewing - 642 Lancaster Avenue                                                                 
Meeting Date
The Applicant will return to the Planning Commission at its June meeting.



Applicant proposes providing less parking than what is required for the addition of second floor seating and the use of off-site parking through a shared parking agreement with two neighboring properties.

Planning Commission:


Planning Commission:
Applicant proposes providing less parking than what is required for the addition of second floor seating and the use of off-site parking through a shared parking agreement with two neighboring properties.
Planning Commission:
Land Development (LD) 111 & Conditional Use (CU) 97
Audi Devon - 230 Lancaster Avenue                                                      
Meeting Date
The Applicant will return to the Planning Commission at its June meeting. Planning Commission:
Applicant submitted application materials to be reviewed by the Planning Commission at its May meeting.


Planning Commission:
Applicant proposes consolidating 2 lots for the demolition of the bank building and associated improvements to extend Audi Devon’s parking lot for vehicle storage and display.

Planning Commission:
Sketch Plan 
1016 Newtown Road                                                                                               
Meeting 
Date
Next meeting date to be determined. To receive agendas for upcoming public meetings, please email us and request to be added to our email distribution list. 

TBD
The Applicant proposes the demolition of the existing residence for the creation of 12 single-family dwelling lots.
         
Planning Commission:

Sketch Plan
72 Waterloo Avenue                                                                                           
Meeting Date
Next meeting date to be determined. To receive agendas for upcoming public meetings, please email us and request to be added to our email distribution list. 

TBD
The Applicant proposes to subdivide 1 single - family residential lot into 2 single-family residential lots for the purpose of constructing a new single-family detached dwelling unit on the newly created lot.

            Application Materials
Planning Commission:
The Applicant proposes to subdivide 1 single - family residential lot into 2 single-family residential lots for the purpose of constructing a new single-family detached dwelling unit on the newly created lot. November 1, 2016 
Sketch Plan 
WWED Development LLC – 631 Lancaster Avenue (also known as the Fritz Limber Property):                                                                                                                    
Meeting Date
The Applicant appeared before and received approval for the demolition permit.  
Having received a recommendation from the Planning Commission to the Board of Supervisors for demolition permit approval, the Applicant will next go before the Board of Supervisors. Board of Supervisors:
April 17, 2017
The Applicant has submitted a demolition permit application which will be reviewed by the Planning Commission before going before the Board of Supervisors for decision. 
Planning Commission:
The Applicant proposes to demolish the existing buildings and construct three (3) mixed-use buildings with a total of 42 residential dwelling units, 19,120 square feet of retail space, and a parking garage.  

          Application Materials
Planning Commission:
Sketch Plan                                                                                                                       
Mack Oil/ Armstrong Properties; 45-55 Branch Avenue, 30-50 Price Avenue/ 218- 224 Francis Avenue - Stonehaven Properties                                                                                                      
Meeting Date 
Next meeting date to be determined. To receive agendas for upcoming public meetings, please email us and request to be added to our email distribution list.  TBD
The Applicant is proposing two revised sketch plan options for consideration:


Planning Commission:
The Applicant is proposing two sketch plan options for consideration:

44-55 Branch Avenue, 30-50 Price Avenue (also known as the Mack Oil Property): The Applicant proposes the demolition of the Retail Commercial/Automobile Gasoline Service Station buildings and construction of eighteen (18) new Single-family Detached Dwellings. 


218 – 224 Francis Avenue (also known as the Armstrong Property): The Applicant proposes the retention of the existing Single-family Dwelling and construction of six (6) new Single-family Detached Dwellings.


Planning Commission:
The Applicant proposes two sketch plan options for consideration. Option 1 consists of 44 residential dwelling units on both the Mack Oil and Armstrong Properties, which includes a mix of twins, townhouses, and single-family detached dwellings. Option 2 consists of 38 townhouses on just the Mack Oil Property.
           Sketch Plan - Option 1 
           Sketch Plan - Option 2 
Planning Commission: September 7, 2016
Land Development (LD) 112 | Conditional Use (CU) 99
Maserati Dealership; 311 W. Lancaster Avenue - Rockhill       Real Estate VI, LP                       
Meeting Date
The Applicant proposes to expanded the existing automobile sales and repair building by approximately 5,054 square feet.
Planning Commission: July 5, 2017
The Applicant proposes the demolition of a portion of the existing building to provide a new showroom. The existing vehicle service area of the existing building will be maintained and utilized by the new dealership.
         
Planning Commission:
The Applicant proposes the demolition of a portion of the existing building to provide a new showroom. The existing vehicle service area of the existing building will be maintained and utilized by the new dealership.
         
Planning Commission: September 7, 2016
Subdivision Application (SD) 510
Trinity House; 15 Leopard Road- Benson Homes & Development
Meeting 
Date 
The Applicant proposes to subdivide the property. Land Development has not been proposed at this time.
           Application Materials

Planning Commission: July 6, 2016
The Applicant resubmitted application based off of feedback for the Planning Commission and Township Staff. After receiving the Township Zoning Officer's review memorandum on July 26, 2016, the Applicant requested that its revised Subdivision Plan not be placed on the Township Planning Commission's next meeting of August 2, 2016. The Applicant indicated its decision for this delay is to allow for the submission of a Zoning Hearing Board Application in response to Zoning Officer's review memorandum. No further details on the Applicant's intention are known at this time. Should the Applicant proceed with the Zoning Hearing Board Application, the public will be provided with the required notices as mandated by State law.

Planning Commission: N/A
Zoning Hearing Board: November 2, 2016 & December 7, 2016
The Applicant granted an extension for subdivision approval to be considered by the Board of Supervisors. This extension was granted.  Board of Supervisors: August 15, 2016