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Planning Commission Defers 'Enclave of Burke' Development Decision

The commission was originally scheduled to accept or reject the application to build 13 homes in Burke back in November.

Representatives for Madison Homes gave a presentation to residents in June for the Enclave of Burke development that would put 13 single-family homes on Spring Lake Drive in Burke. Credit: Sherell Williams
Representatives for Madison Homes gave a presentation to residents in June for the Enclave of Burke development that would put 13 single-family homes on Spring Lake Drive in Burke. Credit: Sherell Williams
The Fairfax County Planning Commission will vote later this month on Madison Homes, Inc.'s application to build more than 10 homes in Burke.

The decision is currently on the agenda for the commission's Thursday, Jan. 16 meeting. 

The rezoning application RZ 2013-SP-005, referred to as the "Enclave of Burke," was filed by Madison Homes in early 2013. The application requests to build 13 single-family detached homes on 5.28 acres of land on Spring Lake Drive in Burke adjacent to Calvary Christian Church.

Public hearings about the development were held in October and representatives from Madison Homes organized a community meeting last June.

Read: Residents Still Unhappy with Revised 'Enclave of Burke' Redevelopment Plans

Additionally, the scheduled Special Permit Amendment hearing in front of the Board of Zoning Appeals (BZA) was also deferred to Wed, Jan. 29. The special permit application from Calvary Christian Church (which accompanies the Madison Homes rezoning application) to allow construction of an extended detention stormwatwer management pond that would serve the church and the Enclave of Burke development. 

View the application from Madison Homes and additional documents here on the Planning Commission's calendar.

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