Architectural Control Committee

 Welcome to the Architectural Control Committee of the Peninsula POA (ACC).
(Please note that this ACC is NOT the same as the Mystic Shores ACC, which has different procedures and requirements.)

Click here to see the Mission Statement of the Peninsula ACC

The building process in The Peninsula requires compliance with the relevant Declaration of Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions (DCCRs), found under POA Documents, as well as The Peninsula at Mystic Shores Architectural and Site Design Guidelines (the “Guidelines”). It is the role of the Peninsula ACC to assist you in meeting these requirements.

Step 1 Contact The Peninsula ACC administrator and let us know your intentions.  The Peninsula ACC Administrator will appoint a Peninsula ACC Liaison to work with Owner/Builder.  It is important to review the Guidelines and DCCRs before beginning the design process.  The Peninsula ACC is available to have an informal site review prior to or during design if desired.  Appendix B of the Guidelines contains a summary of the Peninsula ACC process.  Click Here to contact your ACC Administrator.

Step 2 – When your plans and documents are complete, contact your appointed Peninsula ACC Liaison to schedule a Preliminary Review Meeting.  Your builder is required to attend.  It is likely some revisions to the plans will be needed after this meeting. 

Step 3 Submit application forms and finalized plans/documents to your Peninsula ACC Liaison for final review by the Peninsula ACC and the Peninsula POA Manager’s architect.  Checks for Fees and Builder Bonds (payable to Peninsula POA) are to be sent directly to the Peninsula POA Manager and must be received before the final review can take place.

Step 4 – Once you receive written approval you will be able to begin construction.

The ACC will respond within 30 days after the applications are submitted and fees paid.

Your Peninsula ACC Liaison will continue to work with you throughout the building and landscaping process to help address any issues.

        Upon completion of each project, a closure letter will be issued to the homeowner by the ACC.

Click here for maps of The Peninsula, including maps of the four units, of building activity and for details of lot measurements.

Click here for the charter of the ACC by the Board of Directors of The Peninsula.