Westtown Township, Toll Brothers await decision on Crebilly Farm dispute

Ryan Heenan
Ryan Heenan
Published on September 27, 2018

After a long, arduous process, Westtown Township denied Toll Brothers’ application to develop Crebilly Farm back in December of 2017. Shortly thereafter, Toll appealed the decision

Now, the fate of Crebilly Farm is partly in the hands of a judge at the county level. Traffic and road improvements were the main topics of discussion during a hearing concerning an appeal by Toll Brothers in the bid to build 319 homes at Crebilly Farm in Westtown.

Common Pleas Judge Mark L. Tunnell made no immediate decision on whether to overturn the unanimous township Board of Supervisor’s decision. Toll Brothers plans to preserve 193 acres at the 322-acre Robinson Family site, the largest slice of open space along Route 202 and between King of Prussia and Wilmington. The farm is located at the corner of routes 926 and 202.

Greg Adelman, of the Blue Bell law firm Kaplin, Stewart, Meloff, Reiter and Stein, represented Toll and said it was not the Horsham-based builder’s job to construct a collector road that might relieve congestion on Route 202. The township has suggested Toll build four right-hand turn lanes at the busy intersection.

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Source: Daily Times; 9/18/2018

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