Plans to develop the former Badlands Golf Club are set to appear before the Las Vegas City Council Tuesday.
The council will consider an amendment to the plan designating the area for open space and recreation, and pared-down plans to put housing on the land.
A recent court ruling tossed the city’s previous approval of development on the former course, saying Las Vegas abused its discretion and that a major modification on the land’s zoning and a general plan amendment would be needed for development to move forward.
In a tie vote, the city decided not to join developer Yohan Lowie in appealing the ruling.
The new proposed maps, in part, include single-family residential development on the land. Amending the general plan for the area to residential would open the door for development.
The council will also consider the first part of a plan by Councilman Steve Seroka to help the city handle these types of cases and avoid the numerous lawsuits filed by the developer over the stalled plans.