Development continues on The Reserve at Centennial, and the next phase has been approved by the Conway Planning Commission.

Developers of the subdivision requested a change from agricultural (A-1) to residential (R-1) for Phase 2. The preliminary plat of the area was approved by the commission, who also approved three separate residential plats during its April meeting.

New land at The Reserve includes 17 acres and begins at Warwick Hills Lane. The subdivision will be divided into 40 units with lot sizes ranging from a quarter acre to just under a half acre.

Following the approval of the plat, the commission approved a rezoning request from A-1 to R-1 for Rush Hal Development for the Phase 2 development. A public hearing was held with no opposition.

The commission also approved the continuation of the development of the Shepherd’s Creek subdivision, which will add another five acres at the end of Abbey Gail Drive. This will be Phase 4 of the development and will have 16 lots with sizes ranging from .17 acres to .28 acres.

Another 17 acres of development of the Chapel Creek subdivision were approved. The area runs parallel to Lantana Drive and starts at the end of Trinity Crossing Drive. The Phase 2 area will include 52 lots of varying size.

The commission, acting as the Board of Zoning Adjustment, also approved a variance request by Tyler Surveying representing Azalea Holdings II LLC. The location of the site is 530 S. Donaghey Ave., and there is a plan for a multi-family facility that would house up to 24 apartments per acre.