Review Process for Compliance with the Deed Restrictions
A) Please read the deed restrictionscarefully and thoroughly.
B) Property Owner must initiate the ACCapproval process, not the designer /builder.
C) ALL EXTERIOR IMPROVEMENTS MUST BE APPROVED BY THE ACC PRIOR TO ANY CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITY.
D) Only after ACC receipt
of authorization in writing from the owner will issues be discussed with the
E) Send a letter to the ACC
Chair briefly describing the intended improvement plans. Include a sketch or
two if warranted. Note exterior material
selections and key features as well as the area of any new impervious surfaces.
receipt of concept approval, develop detailed plans of the intended
improvements. Depending on the extent of the improvements this may be a large
drawing package. Plot surveys must be performed by a licensed surveyor. Include
copies of the following at a minimum:
Survey of lot clearly showing the existing structure(s) with all setbacks shown (note that setbacks are measured from the drip line NOT the foundation).
Drawing of plot plan with improvements clearly shown.
Improvements plan drawing package.
Identification of all exterior materials including siding, roofing, windows, paint, fencing, driveway gate, etc.
Impervious coverage calculations in detail(note the City of Houston calculation form is inadequate).
Pay MFCC consulting architect design review fee for major projects (currently $250).
through this process that MFCC is able to maintain in force the deed
restrictions we currently have. These deed restrictions were approved in
writing by over 87% of the property owners in late 2006.
property owners are encouraged to contact the ACC Chair with any questions
regarding their own improvement plans or in the event they see something going
on to alert the ACC Chair or any other member of the Board so that timely
follow up can occur. MFCC actively enforces the deed restrictions in all
respects. Only by a collective watch will we be able to maintain the
neighborhood we have.
To download a copy of the Deed Restrictions, please click on the link at the bottom of the page.
To download a list of accepted roofing materials, please click on the link at the bottom of the page.
William G. Lowerre, Chairman
MemorialForest Civic Club, Inc.