Keep up to date on issues and activities affecting the Sea Island Parkway Corridor.
The Lady’s Island Plan, in development for more than a year, summarizes the results of a broad-based community planning process for Lady’s Island. Stimulated by a highly-attended community meeting – Designing Lady’s Island — in February, 2017, the plan has been developed through a collaborative effort between Beaufort County, the City of Beaufort, the Town
The Beaufort County Planning Commission Monday night voted 9-0 to approve and recommend the Lady’s Island Plan 2018 to the Natural Resources Committee for further action. Meeting at the Bluffton Branch Library, the Commission heard a recommendation from Rob Merchant, Assistant County Development Director, to approve the plan that had been in the works since
The Beaufort County Planning Commission has been asked to adopt the Lady’s Island Plan 2018, and will review details of the plan at its meeting Monday night. The meeting will be held at the Bluffton Branch Library, 120 Palmetto Way, Bluffton, SC, at 6 p.m. Click here for the agenda. The Lady’s Island Plan 2018
The Metro Planning Commission, representing Beaufort County, the Town of Port Royal and the City of Beaufort, will hear details of the Lady’s Island Plan at its Dec. 17 meeting at Beaufort City Hall, 6 p.m. This is the second official body to hear the plan. It was reviewed with the Northern Plan Implementation Committee
Wednesday, Dec. 5, 2018 The Emerging Ladys Island Plan – Yeoman’s Work Ready for Review …For months residents of the City of Beaufort, The Town of Port Royal and Ladys Island, led by City Planner Lauren Kelly and County Planner Rob Merchant — embracing and supporting the Ladys Island Preservation Committee, the Ladys Island Business
More than 260 interested residents showed up Thursday evening (Nov. 29) to hear details of the draft Lady’s Island Plan. When adopted, the plan will be the first ever developed to help manage growth on Lady’s Island. Planners from Beaufort County, the City of Beaufort and Town of Port Royal, and a 10-member steering committee
Lady’s Islanders: We Want Your Comments! The Lady’s Island Area Plan, an initiative of Beaufort County and the City of Beaufort, has been posted in draft form, and is available for public review on a special website, Lady’s Island Area Plan. The planning process, overseen by a ten-member steering committee drawn from the community and supported by planning staff
NATURAL RESOURCES COMMITTEE TO CONSIDER WHITEHALL PURCHASE MONDAY AFTERNOON The Natural Resouces Committee of the Beaufort County Council will meet today to consider plans to purchase part of the Whitehall property on Sea Island Parkway at the eastern end of the Woods Memorial Bridge. The meeting will be held in the Executive Conference Room of
INCREDIBLE. Just nine months ago, the Sea Island Coalition was encouraging public officials to find a way to save Whitehall. “Not for sale,” said the developer. Now, just before shovels start to hit the earth, a whole ten acres – half of the Whitehall parcel – pops up for purchase, and to the credit of
A status report was presented to the Northern Regional Plan Implementation Committee on June 22, with the steering committee looking to have the plan draft and the final public presentation in late August/early September. The adoption process would follow, during the 4th quarter of the year. A great deal of work has gone into this effort
A Sea Island Coalition survey of nearly 900 people on Lady’s Island and St. Helena taken last weekend showed strong early support for referenda questions to fund road improvements and land protection. The e-mail survey was a snapshot of current views, not a representative sample. More than 250 responded, a nearly 30% response rate. “The
The Policy Committee of the Sea Island Corridor Coalition voted Wednesday to support proposals that would raise $50 million for land protection and water quality, and another that would raise $120 million for road improvements, $30 million of which would be devoted to traffic issues on LadysIsland. The Coalition believes that both are particularly valuable tools that
To engage the community and work with government and the community to ensure successful and sustainable development that retains the look, feel and livability of the Sea Islands Corridor.
To participate and assist in the short, intermediate and long range planning and zoning for the Sea Island Corridor and the lands that surround it.