SAVE THE COOPER

STOP THE ANNEXATION

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THE ANNEXATION OF GIPPY PLANTATION

Gippy Plantation is an 800-acre tract of timberlands and open pasture on the Cooper River, with 330-acres of rice fields protected by a conservation easement. The site is currently in an unincorporated part of Berkeley County. But developers Hoyer Investment Company and D.R. Horton are proposing to petition the Town of Moncks Corner to annex the property, so it can be developed more densely. If the town allows the annexation to move forward, the developer could build 2.5 residential units per acre, or more than 1,200 homes.

Planned Development - Gippy Plantation

 
 

Why This Matters

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SIGN OUR PETITION TO SAVE GIPPY PLANTATION

Gippy Plantation is an 800-acre tract of timberlands and open pasture on the Cooper River, with 330-acres of rice fields protected by a conservation easement. The site is currently in an unincorporated part of Berkeley County. But developers Hoyer Investment Company and D.R. Horton are proposing to petition the Town of Moncks Corner to annex the property, so it can be developed more densely. If the town allows the annexation to move forward, the developer could build 2.5 residential units per acre, or more than 1,200 homes.

Sign our petition indicating you want Gippy Plantation to remain in rural Berkeley County--and free from significant suburban development. This petition will be shared with local and regional leaders.