Working With The ARC

The Architectural Review Committee is charged with reviewing all homeowner requests that would change or modify the external aesthetics of their existing property.  The ARC is not concerned with the interior of a structure, but is focused on ensuring the integrity of the neighborhood is not negatively affected by a homeowner's desire to alter or add too their property.  

In general, the ARC is guided by Article 3 of the "Amended and restated declaration of restrictions for the Vineyards at Jockey's Neck" dated November 10, 2008.  While the ARC is allowed to use its discretion with interpretation, they strive to be consistent and follow the intent of the sections of Article 3.  In addition to Article 3, the ARC will also use the "Guide for application for design review of an outbuilding" dated September 1, 2006 if and when appropriate.

While this is not regulated by the ARC, homeowners should also be aware of Article 4 which addresses the use of structures and homeowner's property.

ALL PROJECTS APPROVED BY THE ARC MUST BE COMPLETED WITHIN 120 DAYS OF ARC APPROVAL.  FAILURE TO DO SO REQUIRED A RE-SUBMISSION OF THE PROJECT TO THE ARC FOR CONTINUED APPROVAL.