The dimensional standards, including setbacks, that are associated with SF-10 would be applied to the lot, even if it was not 10,000 square feet. (Click here to review these standards.) The 10,000 square foot minimum size would only come into play if a property owner wanted to amend their plat. If a property owner wanted to change the size of their lot, it would have to meet that minimum size. There is nothing within the zoning that would prevent a person from developing their lot with the dimensions that have already been approved within the plat. However, it would be challenging to build a house with a septic system on a lot that is smaller than 10,000 square feet. We have not seen this happen to date in Flower Mound.