Briarbend Deed Restrictions stipulate that
plans for any new construction or exterior
remodel of existing homes must be reviewed
and approved by the Architecture Control
Committee (ACC) prior to initiating construction.
In the past several years, we have seen
significant new construction and remodel
activity in Briarbend. Some of the most
common projects that have come before the
Architectural Control Committee for review
How to Submit Plans for Review
- If you are in the planning stages of a new construction or remodeling project, you, your architect, and your builder should review the Deed Restrictions. Pay particular attention to:
- Building material guidelines (Section 3B)
- Building set-back requirements (Section 3C)
- Download and review the Architectural Control Committee Procedures for Approval (.pdf)
- Complete the form in #2 above and mail it.
- When building/remodel plans are finalized, you will bring full-size architectural plans to the Architectural Chair of the Briarbend Board of Directors
- Architectural Chair will review and route to the three members of Architectural Control Committee for their approval
- Once plans are approved, your full-sized plans (with approval signatures) will be returned to you
- It is preferred that the Architectural Chair also receive a digital copy of the plans to maintain an historical archive of approved plans.
Feel free to Contact the Architecture Chair of the Briarbend Board of Directors with any questions you might have even before you initiate a project for review.
|Architectural Chair, Briarbend Board||Bill Maddock|
|Architectural Control Committee Member||Philip Daskavich|
|Architectural Control Committee Member||Andrew Clark|
|Architectural Control Committee Member||Ike Claypool|