The city’s large development review (LDR) process is required for any property over five acres in size or that has the potential for significant external impacts. The LDR process was established by city ordinance in 2019 to ensure large properties have clear direction at the earliest stage of project planning on how they are expected to meet priorities important to Denver’s neighborhoods, including providing infrastructure improvements, parks and open space, and quality design for the neighborhood. The Park Hill Golf Course property owner, Westside Investment Partners, began LDR in December 2021.
The city is committed to ensuring that the future of the Park Hill Golf Course meets residents’ priorities and will align the LDR process with the coordinated park and area planning work.
Attend an upcoming Community Information Meeting
As part of LDR, the city requires the property owner to host a community information meeting to discuss their plans with the community, to take feedback, and to answer questions.
Community Information Meeting
5:30 p.m. on August 4, 2022
Park Hill Clubhouse
Hosted by Westside Investment Partners
Nearby neighbors will also be notified by mail in line with the public notice requirements that apply to all community information meetings hosted as part of an LDR process.
Westside's initial LDR application is available to view online at denvergov.org/epermits. Once in the e-permits system, search for record number 2021-LDR-0000015. Please note that this is not a development permit application. The outcome of LDR is a framework that identifies the required next steps and regulations that apply to the property, which would include ensuring that any future development applications are consistent with the community-led planning guidance currently in progress. Westside's LDR application is intended to help community members understand how the property owner is considering the public input received to date during the visioning and community planning process.
LDR is a required process defined in Article 12 of the Denver Zoning Code.