Architectural Control of Las Colinas
The Master Declaration of Las Colinas established the Architectural Control Committee (ACC) and with it, the covenants, conditions and deed restrictions are key to this community’s success. The three member ACC oversees the activities of its sub-committees, the Residential Review Committee and the Commercial Review Committee. The five member sub-committees are charged with the responsibility of approving or disapproving a submission based upon the consideration of harmony with its surroundings, conformity to existing structures and design as well as the overall aesthetics of the proposal.
Plan Review Staff
The Association’s Plan Review staff reviews over 1,000 submissions annually. The staff members evaluate each submission for compliance with deed restrictions, standards and previously approved plans, advising the property owner of any non-compliance that would require changes before the submission is brought before the ACC. Staff members attend each sub-committee meeting providing information regarding plans and specifications, materials used in the surrounding area and a history of submissions for any given property to the committee members.
Plan Review Process
Architectural Control and Plan Review provide for the review and approval of plans prior to construction of or improvements to any home, commercial building or other structure built on deed restricted property.
- All new construction, improvements or repairs which involve changes to the previously approved plans, must be approved by the ACC. These items include, but are not limited to:
- Structures such as decks, patios, arbors, room additions
- Changing the color of any exterior paint or stain
- Exterior lighting
- Fencing and landscaping
- Pools and spas
- Antennas or satellite dishes
- Roof replacement
- Changing material of a retaining wall or driveway
When should I submit a review application?
Send a review application and appropriate fee to the Association before work is started on any new, remodeling or refurbishing project.
If you are interested in serving on one of the Architectural Control sub-committees, contact the Association.
For more information, contact the Architectural Control Department: email@example.com