What You Should Know
Any changes to the exterior of your home or lot that do not comply with the Covenants and Restricts (CC&R) must recieve approval from the OakLeaf Plantation East Architectural Review Board (ARB). Any planned exterior modification, alteration, change or addition should be reviewed by the ARB before the modification, alteration, change or addition is made to ensure compliance. The ARB will review and respond to your application within 30 days. While many contractors offer to submit the necessary documents, you the homeowner must ensure that approval is obtained from the ARB to ensure your project is an acceptable modification, alteration, change or addition. If your modifications, alterations, changes or additions are started or completed with no ARB review and such changes are not acceptable using the CC&R as a guide, you the homeowner will be required to remove or bring into compliance any such changes at the your own expense. If compliance is not achieved, legal action may be taken.
Architectural Review Board Approval Process
It is important that you carefully read the Declaration of Covenants and Restrictions for OakLeaf Plantation East and your specific neighborhood's Architectural Control Guidelines before submitting a request for approval of improvements to the ARB. These documents contain the minimum standards for all residential lots and are available on this site under the Documents tab. The following is provided to assist you in submitting your request for approval to the ARB for improvements you wish to make on your property. If you have any doubt about whether or not to submit a request please refer to the FAQ, specifically, "Do I need to submit an ARB request?" Upon receipt of the completed ARB form (located below), your request will be processed in the order it was received. Below are a few pointers to help the process go as smoothly as possible:
If you have any questions feel free to contact the management company at(904) 646-2626 or Info@KingdomManagement.com.
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