Home Modification Requests
Any exterior work (modification, change or addition) to Homeowner property and structures (i.e., homes and grounds, including townhomes) in Lakes of Parkway (LOP) must be approved by the Modifications Committee and the New Construction Committee (collectively, the “ARC“) before commencement of actual work.
This includes the placement, erection, or installation of any structure (e.g., swimming pool, pergola, basketball goal, water softener installation, etc.), any change, alteration, repair, or other modification to an existing structure (e.g., roof replacement, fence replacement, balcony repair, driveway repair/replacement, etc.), a major landscaping modification (e.g., tree or palm addition or removal, addition of fountain or yard ornament) and any use of a dumpster or portable toilet.
The Architectural Requirements, Standards and Procedures have been established by the LOP Homeowners Association Board of Directors to set the minimum requirements associated with such modifications, changes or additions. Homeowners are encouraged to read and understand these requirements.
To streamline the ARC Application Process, “packets” for over thirty (30+) possible Homeowner projects have been developed. These “packets” , A.01 through A.32, guide the Homeowner through the process of preparing an ARC Application.
CHOOSE THE APPROPRIATE PACKET FOR YOUR PROJECT and follow the instructions within the “packet”. In the event, the modification, change, or addition you are considering is not contained in the list of “packets”, use the “Other” packet or contact the LOP Property Management office (281-920-3044) .
If your project requires access to your property via M.U.D. 355 or HOA property, prior approval from the HOA or M.U.D. 355 is required. Additional information is available here.
If you have questions about whether the modification, change, or addition you are considering requires an ARC Application, please contact the LOP Property Management office (281-920-3044) or a member of the ARC. Contact information for ARC members is contained on the ARC Organization Chart.
As a Homeowner, it is imperative that you inform your contractor of the LOP General Requirements for Contractors and of the specific contractor requirements associated with the modification, change, or addition to be performed. These specific contractor requirements are contained in each “packet”.
An ARC Application may be rejected if it is incomplete, illegible, or not compliant with the requirements or denied when resolution cannot be reached on a rejected ARC Application. The ARC Application Denial and Rejection Flow Diagrams will assist you in navigating your options for responding to a rejected or denied application.
A list of Resident Recommended Contractors is available here.