Office of Community Development
19 Moore St, Homer Municipal Building, 2nd Floor
Belmont, MA 02478
News and Upcoming Events
Building permits issued for the construction of Townhouses by Northland
Land Court Decision regarding the Planning Board's Design and SIte Plan Approval condition regarding affordable housing - January 19, 2005
Memo providing summary of the Land Court decision finding that the Planning Board's Design and Site Plan Approval condtion regarding affordable housing was unreasonable and remanded the decision back to the Town to remove this condition - January 26, 2005
Schematic renderings of the proposed cellular tower near Concord Avenue - January 23, 2004
Town announces the commencement of the Trail Improvements to begin December 3, 2003
Memo from Town Engineer on status of Sewer Improvements
Belmont Citizens Forum Appeals Sewer Connection Permits
March 2005 - Building Permits Issued for Townhouses
December 3, 2003 - Construction begins on Trail Restoration
October 17, 2003 - Appeal of Sewer Connection Permits
July 22, 2003 - Town Secures Grant to Stabilize Pine Alee
May 6, 2003 - Conservation Commission Approves Wood Chips for Trail Restoration
May 1, 2003 - Telecommunication Tower RFP Proposals Due
April 25 -26 - Concord Avenue and Somerset Street to be closed
April 21 - June - Construction on Water Line to begin
Welcome to the McLean Redevelopment information page. This web page was developed in order to provide the residents of the Town up-to-date information on the development of the various aspects of this significant construction project.
Significant progress has been made in the past several months. Northland was issued building permits and has begun clearing property in order to commence construction.
Separate web pages were created for each development in order to allow the reader to review information pertaining to the development that you are interested in. As a reminder Northland Residential is permitted to construct 121 townhouse units, American Retirement Corporation (ARC) is permitted to construct 486 units and Belmont Value Realty is permitted to construct 150,000 square feet.
If you do not find the information that you are looking for, please contact the Office of Community Development.