Brandon Main Street Community Plan (Effective September 9, 2001)
Planning Commission Staff Contact:
Countywide Planner • Countywide Planning Team
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Hillsborough County, Development Services Staff Contact:
Matt Lewis, Executive Planner •Community Planning Section
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To locate the complete adopted text of the community plan go to the Livable Communities Element and use the Table of Contents to go to the Brandon Main Street Community Plan (BMS).
View the Sociocultural Data Report (SDR) for Brandon Main Street. The SDR contains demographic information and trends for Brandon Main Street from 1990 to 2015, a summary of existing land use within the community, and a list of facilities. A demographic profile for Hillsborough County is also available at the end of the document.
The proposed amendment area is located generally northeast of the proposed Crosstown Feeder Road and Lakewood Drive. This plan included a change to the future land use designation of part of the Plan’s boundary from Residential 12 (RES-12) to Community Mixed-Use 12 (CMU-12).
One provision of the plan considers removal of the areas within the community plan boundary if it is determined that the BMS plan has not been sufficiently realized. This includes a large part of the area also being proposed for amendment from RES-12 to CMU-12. The plan evaluation and appraisal process are tools that are always available, but would be inconsistent with the long-range vision to completely remove parts of the area rather than restudy them.
The Brandon Main Street (BMS) Community Plan identifies a physical and social heart for the Brandon community that is intended to attract people of all ages and provide a civic identity and image for its residents. The BMS plan recognizes the effect that recent and programmed infrastructure improvements (i.e., State Road 60, Brandon Parkway, County Regional Service Facility, etc.) will have upon this area of Brandon in the near future. The BMS plan strives to link the land-use pattern with the transportation improvements by promoting a more urban form of new development and redevelopment. The BMS plan envisions multiple uses, including open spaces, government and civic uses, shopping, employment, housing, and other uses being established. Development and redevelopment are intended to be sensitive to the surrounding neighborhoods and will incorporate an interconnected transportation system that prioritizes pedestrian and transit features.
The plan was further implemented by adoption of development requirements in the Land Development Code (LDC) which are outlined in detail below:
Land Development Codes:
(adopted November 12, 2003)
Sec. 3.12.01 - Purpose
Sec. 3.12.02 - Applicability
Sec. 3.12.03 - Regulatory Structure
Sec. 3.12 04 - Block Standards
Sec. 3.12.05 - Town Center I District (BMS TC1)
Sec. 3.12.06 -Town Center II District (BMS TC2)
Sec. 3.12.07 - Neighborhood Services District (BMS NS)
Sec. 3.12.08 - Gateway District (BMS GW)
Sec. 3.12.09 - Street Design Standards
Sec. 3.12.10 - Parking Standards
Sec. 3.12.11 - Adequacy of Public Facilities
Sec. 3.12.12 - Sign Standards
(adopted June 10, 2004)
Sec. 3.14.01 - Generally
Sec. 3.14.02 - Applicability
Sec. 3.14.03 - Permitted Uses
Sec. 2.14.04 – General Development Standards
Sec. 3.14.05 – Urban Sector
Sec. 3.14.06 – Suburban Sector
Sec. 3.14.07 - Signs
This plan was effective September 9, 2001. If you would like further information, please contact the Planning Commission.
CPA-00-19 Effective Date: September 9, 2001
Documents & Meetings
Community Plans adopted before 2009 do not include documents and meeting files at this time. This plan was effective September 9, 2001. Request for further information should be directed to staff.
To view the adopted boundary for the Brandon Main Street Community Plan please click on the link below.
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