Two Daniel Island projects move through City's TRC
The Technical Review Committee (TRC) for the City of Charleston completed a first review of two subdivision concept plans located at Parkline Avenue and Robert Daniel Drive on Daniel Island at their meeting on Thursday, July 13.
Parcel L, the first item on the agenda, is a concept plan for 16.18 acres of land that will contain five lots for subdivision and an associated 50 foot right-of-way on Parkline Avenue, which is located off Seven Farms Drive near the Talison Row apartment community.
According to representatives from Thomas and Hutton Engineering, who were present at the meeting, the conceptual plan for Parcel L shows the self storage located on Parkline Avenue expanding onto five and a half acres.
Second on the agenda was Parcel J-2, a concept plan for 16.32 acres of land with a four lot subdivision and associated right-of-way on Robert Daniel Drive in Daniel Island Park.
According to the project’s representatives, this area of land is meant to be usable open space that will provide access to the remaining parcels. They added that there are currently no conceptual plans for this space.
“We are basically setting up infrastructure and the road,” the representative explained.
The TRC had little to comment when it came to making changes to the existing plan. Because of this, the representatives were told to bypass the second review and create PDFs (files in portable document format) of the plans in preparation for the August meeting of the City of Charleston Planning Commission, where they will have to be approved before beginning the next phase.