With the surge of commercial and residential throughout Birmingham, our city is growing without a doubt.
South of the Magic City, Alabaster’s Planning and Zoning Commission is close to a decision which will bring the municipal larger residential possibilities.
According to the Shelby County Reporter, on Tuesday, the committee planned to vote on a “pre-zone” for 65 acres of land to be developed, in Northwest Alabaster.
Among debate, they decided to push its final vote to January 24th due to a “scheduling conflict with the developer for the property” (Neal Wagner, Managing Editor for the Shelby County Reporter).
- Jason Spinks is the Projects Developer with Trophy Development LLC
- 76 Homes to be Built
Currently, the land is located in unincorporated Shelby County. If the pre-zone is approved, the land will be automatically marked as residential when annexed.
“During a previous commission public hearing on the matter in October, several residents said they opposed the development moving forward, citing concerns about increased traffic and environmental impact on the area.”
– Neal Wagner, Shelby County Reporter
Rebutting, Spinks told the residents of flood and topographical studies that he has carried out so to plan accordingly.
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