Historic Land Use Development Review

Case: 811-21-000190-TYP2
811-21-000190-TYP2 Historic Review Type I & II Proposal to make adjustments on their home, including adjustments to footings, siding, insulation, and exterior paint. Please see the submitted application for more details. Commissioners can discuss and provide comment for the proposal. This session is for sharing comments only. No decision being made on this application at this meeting.
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Halverson Historical-Review-10-10-2013-kl with Proposal ( 4.94 MB )
3.3-945 Major and Minor Alteration Standards
Springfield Development Code (SDC) 3.3-945 Major and Minor Alteration Standards
A.        The following standards apply to major and minor alterations as specified in Section 3.3-915B. and C., within the H Overlay District.
1.         Any proposed use shall minimize exterior alteration of the Historic Landmark Site or Structure and its environment; uses that require substantial exterior alteration shall not be permitted.
2.         The distinguishing original qualities of the Historic Landmark Site or Structure and its environment shall not be substantially altered. The removal or alteration of any historic material or distinctive architectural features is prohibited unless an immediate hazard to public safety exists.
3.         All Historic Landmark Sites or Structures are recognized as products of their own time. Alterations which have no historic basis and which seek to create an earlier appearance are prohibited.
4.         Changes that have taken place in the course of time are evidence of the history and development of a Historic Landmark Site or structure and its environment. Where changes have acquired significance in their own right, this significance shall be recognized.
5.         Distinctive stylistic features and examples of local or period craftsmanship which characterize a Historic Landmark Site or Structure shall be retained.
6.         Deteriorated architectural features shall be repaired rather than replaced. In the event replacement cannot be avoided, the new material shall match the material being replaced in composition, design, color, texture and visual qualities. Repair or replacement of missing architectural features is based on accurate duplicate features, substantiated by historic, physical or pictorial evidence rather than on conjectural design, or the availability of different architectural elements from other buildings or structures.
7.         New design for undeveloped Historic Landmark Sites in the Washburne Historic Landmark District and for alterations and additions to existing Historic Landmark Sites and Structures are permitted when they complement significant historic, architectural or cultural features and the design is compatible with the size, scale, color, material and character of the property, neighborhood or environment.
8.         New additions or alterations to Historic Landmark Structures shall not impair the essential form and integrity of the structure.

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