Site Plan Review Committee


The Andover Site Plan Review Committee meets the first Tuesday of each month at 6:00 pm at City Hall, 1609 E Central, Conference Room 1. The Site Plan Review Committee meets to review the arrangement of buildings, visual appearance, and safety of all nonresidential projects as well as all multiple family residential projects.


The Andover Site Plan Review Committee consists of seven members appointed by the Mayor and City Council to three year terms. The members shall have experience and/or education in such fields as architectural design, landscaping, construction, traffic control, urban planning, historical preservation, public safety, civil engineering, local business ownership and similar backgrounds.

The mailing address for all members is:
P.O. Box 295
Andover, KS 67002

Current Members

  • Doug Allison, Chairman
  • Nate Hinson
  • Todd Woolsoncroft
  • Greg Schneider, City Council Liaison
  • Don Kimble
  • Brandon Wilson
  • Vacant

About the Committee

The Site Plan Review Criteria for the City of Andover was the basis for the formation of the Site Plan Review Committee, and the creation of appearance standards for the development of properties other than single family residences in the City of Andover. The Site Plan Review Committee reviews the following seven design elements to ensure the compatibility of a project to its surroundings and lasting quality of the construction:
  • Relationship of buildings to site (building placement, access, pedestrian movement, parking, building scale and interrelationships)
  • Relationship to adjoining areas (styles, landscape, transitions, harmony)
  • Landscape and site treatment (compatibility with existing patterns, hardscape elements, plant types and sizes, exterior lighting)
  • Building design (design quality, relationship to surroundings, scale, materials, colors, sightlines)
  • Signs (size, scale, location, materials, graphic elements, lighting)
  • Miscellaneous structures and street hardware (compatibility, scale, materials, color, lighting, maintenance)
  • Maintenance planning and design factors (quality of material, durability, cleaning)