Eden Theological Seminary's plans to lease or sell a 7.5-acre piece of land will need to go through an established review process before approval, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported Monday.
The Post reports that Eden will further review its master plan that includes a consolidation of the campus at its next meeting of its Board of Trustees.
The parcel in question and Eden's plans to consolidate its campus have been highly scruitinized in Webster Groves.
Last August, the Webster Groves City Council announced plans to work with Eden and Webster University on its master plan, which involves the university.
In September, the council voted no on Bill No. 8753 that restricts the use of the Eden campus.
See past coverage on Patch:
- Webster Groves Council Approves Eden Seminary's Conditional Use Permit
- Webster Council to Work With Eden Seminary, Webster U on Future Plans
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