Virginia Community Needs Consultant to Perform JLUS at Ft. A.P. Hill
- October 25, 2011
The town of Bowling Green, Va., is looking for a consultant to assist in the preparation of a joint land use study (JLUS) for Fort A.P. Hill, located 24 miles south of Fredericksburg. The study is a cooperative effort between Fort A. P. Hill and its neighboring communities, including Caroline, Essex, King George and Spotsylvania counties and the towns of Bowling Green and Port Royal. Bowling Green is the lead agency for the study.
A. P. Hill has seen considerable mission evolution and growth in recent years as consolidations associated with BRAC initiatives have generated new training requirements and shifts of units and organizations. New tenant organizations have built facilities that will increase the installation’s training demand. Much of the region around Fort A. P. Hill has experienced considerable growth during that same period. The proposed study reflects an effort to study and review land use policies and growth both inside and outside the fence-line of A.P. Hill to help foster collaborative and sustainable land use planning that will benefit the growing military installation and its surrounding communities.
Proposals are due Nov. 18 at 4:00 pm at the Bowling Green Town Hall located at 117 Butler Street, P.O. Box 468, Bowling Green, Virginia 22427. The RFP can be found at the town’s website. For other questions, contact Virginia Brooks, town clerk, at 804/633-6212 or email@example.com.