Local businesses and nonprofits pitch in on a renovation of Richmond Social Services’ Child Protective Services room, a 1,250-unit residential development advances in Chesterfield, and City Council’s Navy Hill advisory group delivers its report this week.
Hanover takes some time on its review of an appeal of an industrial park site plan, Goochland opens a new agricultural center and launches related initiatives, and several high-profile projects across the region go before boards this week.
A 500-home project proposed off Brook Road in Henrico faces a deciding vote, Hanover mulls a proposed industrial park and an appeal of an approved one, and Chesterfield pulls from BPOL tax revenues to beef up economic development efforts.
Several high-profile projects are up for votes in Goochland, an Ohio-based residential developer plans a project near Acca Yard and the city’s Shockoe Alliance group meets this week.
Henrico supervisors review business relating to the mixed-use conversions of two shopping malls, City Council’s Navy Hill advisory board adds a meeting and schedules hearings, and the regional airport commission holds its last meeting of the year.
A longtime county administrator announces his retirement, a city resolution seeks to require the sale of a Broad Street parking lot once considered for the Navy Hill project, and several high-profile developments make their way through the review process.
Hanover considers an apartment’s expansion in Mechanicsville, Henrico eyes more mixed-use in Innsbrook, RRHA seeks $15 million in bonds for a senior housing project and Navy Hill votes are pushed back to January.
Development plans for a former golf course in Goochland are up for review, a longtime Chesterfield buildings official is named inspections director, and a charter company’s land lease is extended at a local airport.
Richmond’s planning commission endorses initial approvals for the proposed Navy Hill project and reviews new townhomes planned in Monroe Ward. A local nonprofit’s land bank arrives in Henrico.
A full slate of meetings for Richmond City Council, the city Planning Commission holds a public hearing Wednesday on rezonings related to the Navy Hill project, and a Ukrop’s food hall secures approval in Henrico.