7 Lee Shore Redevelopment
The 7 Lee Shore Redevelopment Committee, an ad hoc committee reporting to the Board of Directors, was established by the Board at their September 20, 2018 meeting. This is pursuant to Article V, Section 2 of the Palmetto Dunes POA (PDPOA) Bylaws.
The purpose of the Committee is to make a recommendation(s) for the redevelopment of 7 Lee Shore to the PDPOA Board of Directors. Committee members are expected to fully participate in a defined process ensuring that all key stakeholders have the opportunity to provide input to the redevelopment of 7 Lee Shore.
The Committee is charged with actively participating in all meetings (utilize team buddy if not available to attend), listen to all input provided by key stakeholders, collaborate and create at least 2 but not more than 3 options and an implementable recommendation that reflects stakeholder’s desires and fits within any guidelines the board may set forth. The recommendation should include the reasons why it is the most desirable of the options considered.
No decisions will be made in regard to the future of 7 Lee Shore until the Dunes House option has been explored in full.
November 1, 2019
At November’s PDPOA Board Meeting, the Board voted to take the next steps toward the redevelopment of the Dunes House. This includes establishing a committee to work with Greenwood to draft an agreement for the redevelopment of the Dunes House to be brought to the full board for approval and investigating the potential hurdles from various authorities such as the Town of Hilton Head, DHEC, etc.
July 1, 2019
The 7 Lee Shore Redevelopment Committee completed its work and presented a business proposal and conceptual plans for the redevelopment of 7 Lee Shore to the board at its June meeting. The board is not taking any action on the redevelopment of 7 Lee Shore until the Beach Front Amenity Ad Hoc Committee completes its work.
June 20, 2019
The 7 Lee Shore Redevelopment Committee has been working on a plans for the redevelopment of 7 Lee Shore for the past six months. Late last year the community surveyed residents to gather owner input on existing amenities and what enhancements should be made for the future. This past February the committee hosted engagement sessions to garner feedback from various stakeholders. The committee used this survey data and feedback from the engagement sessions as key indicators of community needs and wants. Many of the committee members visited other communities in the lowcountry to explore amenity ideas and options to be considered for this property.
The members drafted guiding principles and basic design givens that were shared with two land planning firms. Both firms presented two plans for committee review and consideration. The committee then selected one of the firms to work with on finalizing one conceptual plan that meets most of the criteria and guiding principles.
The 7 Lee Shore Redevelopment Committee completed its work and presented a business proposal and conceptual plans for the redevelopment of 7 Lee Shore to the board at its June meeting. All project estimates are very conceptual at this time. The board will not be taking any actions on the redevelopment of 7 Lee Shore until the Beach Front Amenity Ad Hoc Committee completes its work.
The plans and proposal are available for review on our website. In July, we will have a Member Comment period, similar to the one used for Yard Arm Gate input, to solicit feedback from the membership regarding the plans and proposal. This will be another tool the board will use before they a make decision on the redevelopment of this property. Click here to see presentation.
7 Lee Shore Redevelopment Overview
Lagoon front multi-purpose clubhouse, dock/kayak launch and outdoor facility set in a natural environment.
- Enclosed community building
– 4,000 SF
– Meeting rooms
– Screened porch and separate deck
– Small catering prep kitchen
- Open air pavilion
- Trellis swings, picnic area and fire pits
- Kayak and boat docks, kayak storage
- Owners-only parking for 49 vehicles
- Barcode/arm controlled parking access
- Lots of bicycle parking
- Open spaces and walking trails
- Children’s tree house play area
- 7 Lee Shore Ad Hoc Committee Charter
- Meeting Minutes
- Amenity Survey Results
- Business Proposal
- FAQs: Your Questions Answered
- 7 Lee Shore Committee Recommendations
- Member Comments
Ad Hoc Committee Members
Ann D. O’Neil