Architectural Review Required For Home Improvement Projects
The Architectural Review process is designed to maintain the appearance and property values within the Charleston Harbor subdivision. The Charleston Harbor Homes Association Bylaws (Article VI -h) indicate that an Architectural Review Committee shall exist under the direction of the Board of Directors of the Corporation.
"No improvements or structures of any sort shall be constructed on any residential tracts without the prior written consent of the Architectural Review Committee. The structural portions or exterior (including exterior portion) of any building shall not be changed or altered without the like written consent of the Architectural Review Committee. Such approval is required for each phase of construction and applies to new construction or remodeling of existing structures."
BEFORE A HOMEOWNER DOES ANY PAINTING, BUILDING OR MODIFYING OF THEIR PROPERTY, the homeowner must first obtain approval from the Charleston Harbor Homes Association Architectural Review (Appearance Control) Committee and the Board of Directors. Request will be reviewed in the order that they are received and dealt with in a timely manner. Most answers are given within 5-10 working days.
The Homeowner should submit the Architectural Improvement Form, the project plans and any questions to Brookwater Management, 118 N. Conistor Lane, Suite B #322, Liberty, Mo. 64068 Email: email@example.com or via Fax: (816) 429-8186