Landmarks Design Review Committee 8:30 A.M.
Exterior changes to an individually landmarked property or one located within a historic district requires review and approval through a Landmark Alteration Certificate (LAC). The Landmarks Design Review Committee (Ldrc) is comprised of two members of the Landmarks Board and one Historic Preservation Planner. See the Design Review page for more information.
Landmarks Board Review Required
- The majority of applications are reviewed and approved at the administrative level or the Landmarks Design Review Committee level. However, certain projects require a public hearing before the Landmarks Board. These include:
- Applications for new free-standing construction over 340 square feet
- Proposed demolition on a landmarked site or within a historic district
- Applications referred by the Landmarks Design Review Committee
A decision by the Landmarks Board is final unless it is called up by the City Council.
Landmarks Board Design Review Committee Agenda
Wednesday, January 18, 2017
Committee Members: Briana Butler and Deborah Yin
Saff: Marcy Cameron and James Hewat
Address: 1512 High St.
Case #: HIS2017-00006
Owner / Applicant: Greg & Leslie Reed
Review: Proposal to enhance foundation, drainage, floor joist, insulation capacity, and roof; and to expand a street facing porch and a connecting roof with side entrance and new pergola.
Address: 948 Marine St.
Case #: HIS2017-00010
Owner / Applicant: Beau Burris / Paul Baumann
Review: Proposal to remove of existing roof membrane and portions of the roof sheeting, and re-frame new roof over existing roof structure.
Landmark Alteration Certificate:
Address: 1027 14th St. (formerly1005 14th St.) and 1019 14th St.
Case #: HIS2016-00379 and HIS2016-00380
Individual Landmark: Pending Landmarks
Owner / Applicant: Pugh Family Mothership LLC / Brandon Williams c/o Sopher Sparn Architects
Request: Proposal to construct of a two-story, 478 sq. ft. addition at west side of 2,000 sq. ft. house at 1027 14th St. Proposed replacement of soffit portion of the eave to achieve fire rating code at 1019 14th St. (revisions)
The Landmarks Design Review Committee meets every Wednesday morning starting at 8:30 a.m. (except holidays) at the Planning and Development Services Center at 1739 Broadway Street, 3rd floor, Olmsted room, Boulder, Colorado 80302.