ACB

In order to maintain The Landings’ sense of “neighborhood”, the HOA is responsible for preserving key architectural details, to assure the master plan is adhered to and uniformity is maintained.

The Architectural Control Board (ACB) is comprised of resident volunteers. The ACB is charged with reviewing residents’ improvement plans, to assure that improvements are consistent with other homes in the neighborhood, and will not detract from the neighborhood. The ACB follows the guidelines set forth by The Landings DCCRs, Amendments, and Bylaws.

The goal is to preserve and protect property values and quality of life in The Landings, by managing appearance, condition, and use of land, building, landscape and other improvements within the community.

Written approval from the committee for any referenced architectural alteration is needed prior to your having any work performed. Failure to receive prior written approval may be considered a Covenant violation and applicable fines may be levied, as well as removal of the change or addition.

If you planning a new exterior paint job — The Landings has a Color Book of pre-approved choices! Or, you can request approval of your chosen color scheme

Examples of changes needing ACB pre-approval:

  • EXTERIOR PAINTING
  • NEW ROOF
  • NEW FRONT DOOR OR GARAGE DOOR
  • WINDOW REPLACEMENT, ADDITION OR REMOVAL
  • NEW FENCE
  • DRIVEWAY PAVERS
  • TREE REMOVAL
  • MAJOR LANDSCAPING CHANGE
  • HOME ADDITION, SCREEN ROOM OR DECK, ETC.
  • SHED

The City of Longwood will not issue a permit without proof of The Landings ACB approval.

Click here and print an ACB Application for Alteration or Repair.

or find a blank application in the top plastic tube on the corner of 653 Fallsmead Circle near the street sign.

Complete your application and attach samples or drawings and return to the bottom plastic tube, or email to Julie Youngman, our ACB Chairperson.

Click here for ACB definition of Semi-Permanent Structures

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The Landings has formed a Resolution Committee to meet with homeowners who have a CHRONIC HISTORY OF UNRESOLVED VIOLATIONS.  According to Florida statutes, if a homeowner refuses to correct violation(s), the HOA may levy fines on that homeowner.
The rules of our Resolution Committee are now established. SEE ATTACHED Homeowners with long standing violations, upon the homeowner’s request, can meet with this committee and may be given assistance in correcting violation problems.