There are several projects underway in the Burton Station SGA. Click on the links below to find more information.
Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) Projects
The Burton Station CIP projects provide funding for design and construction of new streets with utilities and drainage within an existing neighborhood where public sanitary sewer service, public water service, and storm drainage are currently not available, except in limited areas. The alignment of Burton Station Road will remain as it currently exists, while all other roads will be new alignments to provide a residential area of redevelopment and provide separate commercial development that transitions into the adjacent Northampton Boulevard corridor, Airport Industrial Park, and a golf course office park. The project is divided into several phases.
City of Norfolk's Proposal for Outlet Mall
The City of Norfolk is pursuing development of an Outlet Mall in the Burton Station area west of Lake Wright. The proposed developed straddles the Norfolk/Virginia Beach boundary line but is located entirely on property owned by the City of Norfolk. The proposed plan includes a parking lot and stormwater management facility on the Virginia Beach side which requires a rezoning.
Rezoning requests must go through the standard Planning Commission and City Council public hearing process. The Virginia Beach Planning Commission reviews applications submitted for changes to zoning districts, conditional use permits, street closures, zoning ordinance and plan amendments, and other land use and zoning matters. The Commission makes a recommendation on each item to City Council, who then makes the final determination on the recommended items during one of their regular meetings.
Norfolk's rezoning request is tentatively scheduled on the AUGUST 13, 2014 Planning Commission agenda. The hearing takes place in the City Council Chamber (2401 Courthouse Dr.) at 12:00 pm. The hearing is open to the public, and you may sign up to speak if you wish. The hearing will be available to view live on Cox Cable Channel 48, Verizon Cable Channel 45, and on VBgov.com’s e~Stream page. The meeting is recablecast on Cox Channel 48 the following morning at 9 a.m. and on Cox Channel 47 and Verizon Cable Channel 47 at 7 p.m. on the two consecutive Fridays following the live meeting. The meeting will also be available on the e~Steam web page for two months beginning the Friday after the live hearing.
View rezoning application submitted to Virginia Beach.