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Developer appeals ZBA ruling on affordable-housing project

Metrowest Daily News 2/15/19: Developer appeals ZBA ruling on affordable-housing project. The developer of a proposed 60-unit affordable housing project on Boston Post Road has appealed to the state, saying the local Zoning Board of Appeals’ recent approval of his development comes with too many conditions.

Appeal possible in affordable-housing bid

Wayland Town Crier 2/8/19: Appeal possible in affordable-housing bid. Developer Chris D’Antonio is throwing down the gauntlet. D’Antonio told the Daily News that if he doesn’t get a waiver from the Zoning Board of Appeals to build an affordable housing project, to be called Windsor Place, he will go to the state’s Housing Appeals Committee.

Crowd forces postponement of Wayland 40B discussions

Wayland Town Crier 8/24/17: Crowd forces postponement of Wayland 40B discussions. So many people jammed a Tuesday hearing on plans to build an apartment complex on Rte. 20 that the Zoning Board of Appeals rescheduled the session for Sept. 26.

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Zoning Board Hearing for Windsor Place (24 School Street) on September 7

On July 5, 2017, the Town of Wayland’s Zoning Board of Appeals received an application submitted by Windsor Place LLC for a Comprehensive Permit that proposes the development at 24 School Street of twelve Townhouse rental units, of which not less than 25% (three) of such units shall be restricted as affordable.

The opening hearing for the Comprehensive Permit was held on Thursday, August 3, 2017.

The next hearing with the Zoning Board of Appeals has been scheduled for Thursday, September 7, 2017, at 7:30 p.m. in the Wayland Town Building, 41 Cochituate Road, in the Large Hearing Room.  Topics anticipated to be discussed include traffic and public safety (police and fire).  Relevant consultants for peer review will be in attendance.

Timely information related to this Comprehensive Permit application and process will be shared on the Town’s Zoning Board of Appeals page, 24 School Street.

Residents may submit their comments by email by clicking here.

Wayland ZBA takes initial look at School Street 40B project

Wayland Town Crier 8/3/17: Wayland ZBA takes initial look at School Street 40B project. The Zoning Board of Appeals got an initial look Thursday at a controversial Chapter 40B town home development proposed for School Street in Cochituate. The board heard an overview of the project without getting in-depth on any particular aspect.

Wayland officials weigh in on Chapter 40B proposal

Wayland Town Crier 3/28/17: Wayland officials weigh in on Chapter 40B proposal. Town officials say the plan to build 12 townhomes on School Street would overwhelm the property. Town officials, in a letter sent by selectmen Chairwoman Cherry Karlson to the Massachusetts Housing Finance Agency, worried about traffic, environmental effects, access for emergency vehicles and other aspects of Windsor Place LLC’s proposed Chapter 40B development at the less-than-one-acre 24 School St. property.

School Street Chapter 40B proposal sparks concerns

Wayland Town Crier 2/15/17: School Street Chapter 40B proposal sparks concerns. Cochituate residents are concerned about a proposal to build 12 townhomes on a School Street lot under the state’s Chapter 40B affordable housing rules. The Massachusetts Housing Finance Agency is reviewing a project submitted by Wayland developer Windsor Place LLC to build 12 rental units on an almost 38,000-square-foot lot at 24 School St.