Plan of Conservation and Development (POCD) Workshop 

Thursday 10/4/18, 7pm in the Greenwich High School Student Center

"Our next meeting will be focused primarily on East and West Putnam Avenue (the Post Road corridor) and secondarily on the downtown. Our consultants will be presenting rendering of what the corridor could look like if it were built-out to its maximum building potential under the current zoning regulations. It is critical to get input on whether or not you like what you see, and if not, how you would change it. 


Also important to note is; due to changes in the multi-family moderate income housing regulations in the business zones, many new projects have tripled in prior allowable size. This is changing the character along the post road corridor for better or worse. These regulations will create more moderate income housing units at a much higher density although they do not fulfill the Town's obligation to reach the 10% goal of "Affordable units" under state Statute 8-30g. Regardless of changes to the Moderate income housing regulations the possibility of even larger projects at higher  density may replace the Moderate units because we have not addressed affordable housing.” Greenwich Director of Planning and Zoning Katie DeLuca on the Plan of Conservation & Development


Please mark your calendars, this is a critical workshop. This is a good chance to see what is happening and to have your say.​



Click here for the CONSULTING STUDY that compares Greenwich Land Use Regulations to similar towns.


Summary by Stacey Lowe, GAR Executive Vice President, 5/2meeting: Discussing the Greenwich Land Use Process and the new 10 Year Plan (POCD).

Proposed Amendment to the Grade Plane Regulations by P&Z Commission, held on August 1, 2017 

The proposed regulations can be reviewed by clicking here.


​​​​FAR, Grade Plane and Attic regulation changes history:


​​ • The Waterfront Business Zones are under discussion since last September  when  Town Hall hired a consultant hired to evaluate and propose revisions to the regulations. Current WB regulations are severely restrictive de-valuing waterfront property and making re-development economically unfeasible. This study will look at the different waterfront areas and try to strike a balance between water dependent uses, public access and other uses that can add to the vibrancy of our commercial waterfront areas.

• The Historic District Commission has been working with the Greenwich Preservation Trust to develop Zoning Regulations that would provide incentives for owners of properties that contribute to our historic resources and the character of the Town. Homes that qualify, may be eligible for use and possibly FAR incentives, that would lead to more preservation and less demolition.

     ​Greenwich Town Hall, Key Links:​​


The preservation of Greenwich Property Values through reasonable, intelligent and appropriate land use.

Residential & Commercial Interests

​​​​​​​​​​​TOPICS IMPACTING GREENWICH RESIDENTS AND COMMERCIAL PROPERTY OWNERS.

GPOA was established by Greenwich residents. We are your neighbors, business and property owners with an interest in protecting our Town's property values. The Greenwich Property Owners Association is a non profit group organized to develop awareness and take action on decisions being made at Town Hall which effect businesses, residential and commercial  properties.