|Architecture Committee General Guidance|
|Fencing and Hedges|
By order of Wake County, the Lochmere office will be closed from 5 pm March 27 until the order is lifted. Executive Order #121 issued on March 27 by NC Governor, Roy Cooper, requires that the office will remain closed until restrictions are lifted.
The Architectural Review Committee exists so that Lochmere can remain a special place to live. Anyone wishing to make external changes to their property must meet the association requirements for modifications and submit an application to committee and receive their approval before initiating work. The Architectural Committee is comprised of 3 Lochmere residents. Here's how it all works:
1. Read the Lochmere Architectural Standards and Specifications (LASS). The Request Form is contained within the LASS.
The LASS, as well as other legally binding documents, are provided to homeowners prior to closing on a house. Please read the guidelines and application requirements carefully before submitting your application.
2. Submit an Application
3. AC Review
The AC will review your application and perform any site inspections outlined in the association documents. You will be contacted if the AC has questions or if there are problems with your request. Note - the AC and Board enforce community guidelines but it is up to you to make sure you meet local permit requirements. (Town of Cary, etc.)
4. Approval or Rejection
Frequently asked questions (FAQ's) regarding architectural guidelines and other Lochmere matters can be found HERE.