TLA’s ARC Committee Seeks Volunteers

Courtesy of Architectural Review Committee

Do you have experience in architecture, construction, or design and want to volunteer to make an impact on the Landings community? If so, the Architectural Review Committee (ARC)  may be just the right fit for you.

The Landings Association’s Board of Directors is seeking qualified applicants to serve on the ARC. This committee represents the common interests of The Landings’ homeowners and residents by interpreting and enforcing Architectural Guideline standards in a fair, reasonable, and equitable manner. The ARC was created by The Landings Association to review proposals for new construction, additions, alterations, landscaping, and other elements that impact properties and their outward appearance.

The ARC is a Regulatory Committee of the Association. The members and Chair are appointed by the Board of Directors for one-year terms. A TLA Board Director serves as a non-voting member of the committee as the Board’s Representative and Liaison.

“I have been on six committees in The Landings, both Club and Association, and by far the ARC is the most satisfying to me,” says Don Lieb, a longtime member of the ARC.  “I feel that the ARC does important work in maintaining the beauty and function of our community.”

As the ARC regularly reviews property surveys, architectural drawings, and specifications, applicants with experience in architecture, landscape architecture, architectural history, construction, and complementary fields such as property law or design are strongly encouraged to apply. Individuals with engineering and business experience are also needed.

Quick Facts About ARC

  • The committee consists of eight members, one of whom serves as the Chair and one non-voting Board Liaison.
  • Meetings are held every first and third Thursday at 9 a.m.
  • In 2020, the ARC reviewed more than 425 applications. Thus far in 2021, the committee has reviewed 240 applicants, including 29 new homes!
  • This committee has a significant impact on the architectural beauty of The Landings and its future success as a vibrant community for many years to come.

This article was originally published by The Landings Association on their website.

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