Happening Tonight: Westtown Township Holding Hearing on Toll Brothers’ Crebilly Farms Development


This evening, Westtown Township is holding an open-door hearing on the proposed Toll Brothers’ development on the 322 acres of land south of West Chester known as Crebilly Farm.

The public meeting will be conducted by the Westtown Township Planning Commission inside the Stetson Middle School auditorium (1060 Wilmingtown Pike, West Chester) and will begin at 6:30 PM.

The discussion will focus on Toll Brothers’ submitted conditional use application to “construct a minimum of 317 residential dwelings on the Crebilly tract, utilizing the flexible developement procedure. Further, they have indicated a desire to utilize bonus densities in order to construct up to 397 units on the tract. In order to utilize the bonus densities, Toll must provide public infrastructure/amenities in excess of what is required for their development.”

According to documents available online, Toll Brothers expects the market value of some of the single family homes to exceed $810,000.

Read more about the plans at Birmingham Live here.

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