The Norfolk Design Review Committee o n May 9 will hear applications by Christ and St. Luke’s to demolish the church-owned Lloyd Hall o n Boissevain and the Guild House o n Stockley Gardens and to rebuild an essentially new Guild House o n the site of an adjacent apartment complex. The hearing, open to the public, will be held at 4 p.m. in the meeting room o n the 10th floor of the City Hall building. The meeting is preceded by a joint meeting with the Planning Commisson, which will take place between 2:30 p.m. and 3:30 p.m. in the fifth floor meeting room.Committee recommendations are forwarded to the Norfolk Planning Commission, which decides them during the commission’s informal session the following Thursday.The three applications are part of a complex church plan to build a modernistic, glass-enclosed parish hall o n the site of the Guild House. The church already has received permission from the Planning Commission to demolish the apartment complex to make room for the new Guild House and parking.The church’s application for a special exception for the parish hall was scheduled to be heard by the Planning Commission o n April 28 but was continued.
Christ & St. Luke’s Expansion: Guild House demolition on May 9 agenda
May 9, 2005 by Irene