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State DEP puts halt to Wayland affordable housing project

Wayland Town Crier 7/19/19: State DEP puts halt to Wayland affordable housing project. State environmental officials have rejected plans for a proposed affordable housing project at 24 School St., citing environmental threats to nearby wetlands.

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.