The Londonderry Planning Board, with just enough voting members present to have a quorum, accepted the determination by the Planning and Economic Development Department concerning whether there is a regional impact to several design review plans submitted to the Department.
Town Planner Colleen Mailloux said at the Wednesday, Sept. 7 meeting that the first phase of a two-phase plan for Bradley Tree and Landscaping at 47 Rockingham Road includes a 400-square-foot office and a 1,600-square-foot warehouse on the 2.08-acre lot. No waivers were sought, and the plan has been reviewed by the Conservation Commission and the Heritage Commission. Mailloux said all the suggestions from the other boards have been addressed, including the number of parking spaces, snow storage and buffer plantings. The Planning and Economic Development Department does not see the proposed plan as meeting the requirements for posing a regional impact. Continue reading