The Edmond City Council passed a planning consent item this week for the final plat of Bradbury Station.
The vote was 5-0. Earlier this month, the Edmond Planning Commission also approved the item with a 5-0 vote.
Hansen Properties plans to locate Bradbury Station on the northwest corner of Oakridge Drive and Second Street, said Bob Schiermeyer, city planner.
Plans call for a strip center to be constructed there at 19,800-square-feet. The planned unit development also includes duplex lots that are not part of the plat, Schiermeyer said.
“The proposal is to widen Oakridge Drive a little bit, provide for a right-turn lane and a separate left turn,” Schiermeyer said, “(and) have a one-drive approach on Second.”
There will be no access from Oakridge Drive. Detention is planned near a flood plain on the west side of the 6-acre property, Schiermeyer said. Ninety feet of right-of-way is being provided on Second Street and 35 feet of right-of-way on Oak Ridge Drive.
“Based on the lay of the land, it will be necessary to grade this whole project,” Schiermeyer said.
Ed Moore, representing the Edmond Neighborhood Alliance, asked how long the “scrapped earth project” will take shape before the new construction opens for business.
A site plan application will be heard by the Edmond Planning Commission next month, said engineer Ernie Isch, representing the developer.
“My client is anxious to get started on this immediately,” Isch said. “As soon as we can, we have clearing and grading contractors lined up to begin operations.”
Trees and vegetation on the west side flood plain on the property will not be disturbed, Isch said.
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