The development of a new neighborhood on Manchester's Hanna Road is moving forward.
As previously reported by Patch, the just south of Parkway South High School.
The small subdivision will sit on the approximate four acre site where one residence previously sat. That home has since been demolished.
The development is being called The Arbors at Hanna.
Manchester City Engineer Ed Blattner has been working with McBride & Sons on the site plan. He said some of the questions previously asked by the city to McBride addressed stormwater drainage and buffers to existing residential properties. Blattner said those questions have been answered and the city's planning and zoning commission approved the proposed subdivision plat.
"I think we're set to go," Blattner tells Patch.
Jeremy Roth with McBride and Sons addressed Manchester aldemen last week in regard to stormwater permits and any additional questions.
Aldermen could vote on the subdivision plat approval and the escro agreement at the Dec. 17 board of aldermen meeting.
"Then they'll be free to go. To start work or whatever conditions allow," Blattner explained.
He said there is no date set for construction to begin, but crews can begin clearing and grading if all is approved at Monday's board of aldermen meeting.
"I would suspect if everything went right they could have home construction going up this summer," Blattner said. "All weather related though."
For more details see the agenda and supporting documents included in the PDF portion of this article.
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