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Canterbury Village Development Making Progress

Improvements to College Parkway are proposed in association with the new neighborhood being built.

A sign has been posted for a new residential development along Jones Station Road in Arnold.

Canterbury Village, a D.R. Horton, development, will consist of 30 single-family lots and 100 townhome lots, just off of Jones Station Road.

for two approved developments—Millstone Village in Severn, a 116-lot development between Reece Road and Loving Road, and Canterbury Village. It was the largest land transaction in Anne Arundel County in 2012.

According to the Hogan Company, Canterbury Village is one of two developments in Broadneck that were on hold due to school capacity issues. An eight classroom addition to Broadneck High School in 2010 allowed the project to continue through the subdivision approval process.

Gaines and Company, the builder associated with the project, specified that improvements would be built along College Parkway, including a road widening of College Parkway, and intersection improvements at Ritchie Highway and College Parkway. The builder did not specify what those improvements were

Wren014 January 29, 2013 at 04:42 PM
Very unhappy with this development, especially with the $400 we had to pay to replace a car wheel after falling into one of the huge potholes left on Jones Station Road by these developers. Be careful driving in this area as they are not patching the road sufficiently.
Peggy Tennant January 29, 2013 at 08:36 PM
I now wonder if they will redistrict for elementary purposes. I live on Ternwing drive and there are two entrances into the new development. If they redistrict my child would go to Severn river school. It's bogus how they district for these schools!
Joe Sullivan February 13, 2013 at 06:44 PM
Canterbury Village Project : My once secluded back yard view, now has three dead trees in the "buffer zone" and a vast area of "nothing but dirt", behind it. I inquired about why they left dead trees and the response was, " we can't remove anything in the buffer area. There is supposed to be a tree replenishment, but it would never be the same. The noise and the rumbling from the machinery there, is very unnerving from 7AM - 5PM. It vibrates the whole house. I know there's always a price for progress, but the existing neighborhoods around the development, have been adversely affected. Why was there a need to create 130 homes in such a relatively small tract of land ??? Oops, I already know, $$$$ ! The planners and the county let down the residents, but we do live in the state of O'Malley-land, so why should anything surprise us ? You could have made this development, with a much larger buffer area and left a large number of trees and had great success with possibly 65-75 single family homes. It's not only sad, but it angers me and a couple of hundred "neighbors" all around Canterbury Village.

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