A developer combined two South Redondo Beach condominium projects to lower their density, and as a result the City Council Tuesday reinstated the conditional use permits it revoked two weeks ago.
The council voted 4-0 to give the Barclay Construction Co. permission to build 11 units on two abutting lots on South Broadway and South Catalina avenues. Previously, the developer planned to build 12 units.
Barclay's two condominium conditional use permits, as well as four permits for other developers' projects in South Redondo--including one that was half built--were revoked earlier this month on the advice of City Atty. Gordon Phillips.
Phillips recommended the revocations because the projects would have permitted more than the 23 units per acre allowed in the medium residential zone under the local coastal plan, which is part of the city's General Plan.