What is an Architectural Guideline?
An architectural guideline is a rule that applies to the appearance of an owner’s lot or the exterior of his or her unit or improvements. Development of architectural guidelines should begin with a review of the governing documents to determine in what areas the board can allow a change. Usually, a community association’s declaration, CC&Rs, or master deed provides for architectural changes. It is in the community’s best interests for a board to establish written architectural guidelines for two reasons: Written guidelines indicate to owners what types of changes will be allowed under normal circumstances, Written guidelines are a way to avoid claims of arbitrary or selective treatment of owners.
Any modifications being made to the exterior of your home needs to go through the Architectural Review process.
Who is the Architectural Review Committee?
The committee consists of members chosen by the Board to review all applications.
How do I submit an Architectural Review Request?
Submit your application online here.
If you have difficulties submitting your application, please contact the Assistant Community Manager, Danielle Harrison, at email@example.com.
Applications can also be placed in the drop box on the side of the clubhouse along with the $35 review fee to:
16916 Snug Harbor Road
Charlotte, NC 28278
How can I check the status of my application?
The committee reviews all applications on a first come, first served basis. Once your application is sent to the The Committee, they have up to 30 days to approve or deny any complete application. After submitting your application, the next step is hearing back from your management company team with either an approval, denial, or request for more information.