The Shelbyville Common Council gave unanimous approval to a second reading of an ordinance allowing for a rezone for future housing development that has been years in the making.
The development will be within Trotters Chase, off State Road 9 on Shelbyville’s north side.
Harold Gibson with H. Gibson Surveying, joined by Mike Leslie with Northbridge Homes, addressed the council Wednesday night.
Gibson says it’s been some time for this. But Leslie and other developers are now ready.
The Preserve at Sugar Creek, described as maintenance free living, going in New Palestine very successfully. Leslie noted there has been a great deal of initial interest in the planned condos.
Leslie said it’s about two years for completion of the projects in Trotters Chase.