Ever wonder what's being built--or what a developer proposes to build--on the vacant land around the corner?
Using information provided by the county Planning Department, Extra gives you a monthly update on planned homes, office buildings, shopping centers and other development.
The map and the chart identify planned projects, by magisterial districts, that were processed in July.
The status of the projects is described in three categories:
Site Disturbance Permits are permits that allow a property owner to begin clearing land for construction.
Projects Approved are rezonings and special use permits that have been approved by the Board of County Supervisors. Rezonings change the kind of development allowed on a tract of land. Special use permits allow more intense uses of property than usually permitted.
Projects Proposed are rezonings and special use permits submitted for review. Public hearings are held before any action.
For further information about any of the projects, call the Prince William County Planning Department at 703-792-6830.
SITE DISTURBANCE PERMITS
1. Braemar, 12604 Vint Hill Rd. 35-lot subdivision with additional turn lanes to Vint Hill Road.
2. Monterosa, 9651 Clover Hill Rd. 26-lot single-family subdivision.
3. Virginia Meadows, 8560 Virginia Meadow Dr. Site plan for 1,475-square-foot office, 15,884-square-foot electronic equipment and component manufacturing and a 2,257-square-foot building.
4. Motorola Woodbine, 13621 Independence Dr. Construction of a communications tower.
5. Wayside Village, 2906 Hickory Creek Ct. 17-lot single-family subdivision.
6. Gainesville Professional Building, 7521 Virginia Oaks Dr. Site plan for professional office building.
7. Greenhill Crossing, 6950 Old Carolina Rd. Revision to add six lots and six units.
8. Piedmont, 6205 Old Carolina Rd. Final subdivision plans to include sewers, roadway plans and site for 30 single-family houses.
9. AT&T Wireless Monopole, 14119 Jefferson Davis Hwy. Construction of a monopole antenna.
10. Rainbow Center, 11813 Colvin Lane. Allow use of a commercial riding facility.
11. St. Francis of Assisi School, 18825 Fuller Heights Rd. Allow construction of three temporary modular units ancillary to existing church.
12. Apostolic Faith Church, 14002 Glenkirk Rd. Allow construction of a religious institution, with day-care center not to exceed 99 children.
13. Dominion Golf & Country Club, 5600 James Madison Hwy. Allow construction of additional private streets within the development; addition of nine holes to golf course; revision to allow age-restricted multifamily housing in commercial portion; and relocation of public-safety site to Route 15.
14. Gainesville United Methodist Church, 14210 John Marshall Hwy. Allow temporary use of modular units by an existing church.
15. Virginia Gateway, First Virginia Bank, 7805 Linton Hall Rd. Allow use of a financial institution with drive-up window.
16. Virginia Turf Club, 2411 James Madison Hwy. Allow construction of an equestrian racetrack.