Back in December of 2018, Whitemarsh’s Zoning Hearing Board denied an application to build three
There is now a new application that seeks to subdivide the property and construct two single-family homes (one on each lot). There will be a hearing for the new proposal on Wednesday, March 13th at 7:00 p.m. at the Whitemarsh Township building.
Below is the notice:
ZHB#2019-07: 252 Roberts Avenue, LLC, 252 Roberts Avenue, Conshohocken, PA; Parcel #65-00- 10171-00-6; Block 017; Unit 006; B-Residential District. The Applicant is proposing to raze the existing building (former Lincoln Fire Company) and then subdivide the property into two equallysized lots and build one single-family detached home on each lot. The following relief is requested: Variance from §116-57.A. to allow a lot area for each lot of 6,750 square feet; this section requires each lot to be a minimum of 10,000 square feet; a Variance from §116-57.B. to allow a lot width at the building setback line for each lot of 50’; this section requires each lot to have a minimum lot width at the building setback line of 80’; and a Variance from §116-57.D. to allow two side yards of 12’ each for an aggregate of 24’; this section requires a minimum side yard of 12’ and a minimum aggregate of 30’.