Plymouth: Alternate developement proposed for Waverly Oaks Golf Club as Plymouth Rock Studio stalls

By Bobbi Clark

The Plymouth Planning Board reviewed a proposal for the development of a gated community to be built on 43 acres of property in South Plymouth. Plymouth Rock Studio officials have failed to purchase the property as previously planned.

The proposal reviewed Monday night is for a gated community of 75 two-bedroom homes to be built near South High School.

Mark Garrett, Planning Board Chair, said there is still some communication between Planning Board staff and Plymouth Rock Studio officials.

“There have been limited discussions with planning staff, I’m not even sure of the scope of what those discussions were, but basically we’re still alive, we’re still breathing,” said Garrett.

Plymouth Rock Studio officials are no longer working out of the Waverly Oaks clubhouse. Mark Ridder, owner of The Waverly Oaks Golf Club said, “They haven’t fulfilled their previous commitment and do not own the property. So, I’m moving forward with another alternative plan at this time.”

Ridder told the Board he is re-circling the wagons, and final plans for the development will be submitted soon.

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