The Pasco County Commission has approved a new subdivision in Land O’ Lakes, on the north side of Wisteria Loop, approximately 2,100 feet west of U.S. 41.
The development, known as the Clark master-planned unit development (MPUD) has been approved for up to 410 single-family attached and detached residences.
The request was submitted by the Robert J. Clark Jr. Trust and the John M. Clark Revocable Trust.
The land previously was zoned for agricultural residential, estate residential and rural density mobile home zoning.
The approved plan calls for a mixture of lot sizes.
Conditions also include a requirement for architectural details to prevent monotony in the design and a requirement for trees within the development.
The subdivision will have access to Causeway Boulevard to the north. It will not have vehicular access to Bexley Road/Wisteria Loop except during emergencies.
The upland portions of the project in the southeast and southwest shall be preserved for open space/stormwater/mitigation, as depicted on the Master Plan, and shall not be developed for residential uses as they would not have direct access to the project’s internal roadways/Causeway Boulevard, according to materials contained in the county board’s agenda packet.
The master plan also shows pedestrian/sidewalk access to Land O’Lakes High School on the northeast and to the conceptual/planned Bexley/Wisteria Trail, the agenda materials show.
Published December 15, 2021