About Us
Westminster Landing
 
 
 
Westminster Landing is a gated community of 215 single family homes surrounded by the natural beauty of Central Florida and located in the heart of a vacation paradise. The location offers easy access to dining on Restaurant Row on Sand Lake Road (SOUTHWEST ORLANDO BULLETIN 2014 DINING GUIDE), shopping at The Mall at Millenia and the Prime Outlets, visiting Universal Studios including Universal Island of Adventure, SeaWorld and Walt Disney World, year round golf, and boating on the Windermere Chain of Lakes!
 
We are located close to the major thoroughfares of Interstate 4, East -West Expressway and the Florida Turnpike making commutes to downtown Orlando or the Airport a snap.
 
Amenities include one natural lake, a pond, private walkway to Windy Ridge School, and a community park with two Tennis Courts, a Basketball Court & Tot lot.  The Westminster Landing HOA sponsors both adult and children social events.  In addition, there are several social clubs in the neighborhood including Book Club, Bunco, Children's Fishing, Men's Saturday Morning Basketball, and Children's Playgroup.
 
Prices range from $400,000 to $850,000.
 
 
 
Deputy Scott Pine Memorial Park
 
On February 11, 2015 the community dedicated our park to Deputy Scott Pine at the anniversary service held by the Orange County Sheriff Department.

Scott Pine, 34, Orange County Deputy Sheriff was born on July 12, 1979 in Shreveport, Louisiana. Scott graduated from Airline High School in 1997. While attending Louisiana Tech University he met his soul-mate Bridget Roseboom. A short time later they moved to Central Florida. The couple soon married and God blessed them with three beautiful children. After many years in the finance business Scott, a man of deep faith, felt a calling to serve as an Orange County Sheriff's Deputy. When Pine decided to trade his business suit for a sheriff's uniform, he went to Valencia College and graduated from its Criminal Justice Institute in May 2011. He joined the Sheriff's Office in May of 2011. The family settled in to his new profession while Scott worked the mid-night shift protecting and serving. When not at work he was often seen playing in the park with his children or teaching Haley how to ride her bike without training wheels. Scott loved to travel and camp with his family. Scott enjoyed wrestling, playing games, reading books, and saying nightly prayers when he was home with his family. He was an avid LSU fan. Scott was dedicated to God, his family, friends, co-workers and the citizens of Orange County. He worked hard and understood service, epitomizing what was written on his patrol vehicle, "Making A Difference".

On the evening of February 11, 2014, Deputy Sheriff J. Scott Pine was working patrol on the midnight shift protecting Orange County's southwestern side as a dedicated community servant; when a radio call of a vehicle burglary was broadcast in the Courtleigh Park subdivision. Scott was aware that a string of similar burglaries had been occurring in the area and responded to assist in any search or apprehension. A little past midnight, he radioed in to the agency's communications center that he was making a stop on a suspicious subject in Westminster Landing. Minutes later the agency received a follow-up radio transmission from him advising that he was in a foot pursuit of the fleeing suspect when the chase took a tragic turn. As Scott gave chase, the suspect was able to shoot at and strike him. As deputies arrived, they found Scott seriously wounded and rendered aid; as they did so additional gunfire was heard in the vicinity. The suspect was located a few homes away from the murder scene with a self-inflicted gunshot wound. A second suspect was located, detained and arrested on felony charges. Scott was rushed to the trauma center, but sadly succumbed to his injuries.

He served his community with honor and dignity. He is survived by his beloved wife, Bridget Pine, loved children, Haley, Ryker and Maddox Pine; mother, Donna Robinson (Jimmy) ; father, Robert Pine (Terry); grandmother, Dolores Gibbs and grandmother in law, Katie Nasello; grandfather in law, William Roseboom; sister, Angela Mills (Chad); sister-in-law, Denise Purdy (Tyler); brother-in-law, Jeremy Roseboom (Stephanie)
 
The death of Deputy J. Scott Pine is a solemn reminder of the risks that law enforcement take to ensure the safety of all citizens.  Deputy Scott Pine offered his life to protect the lives of those who live in Westminster Landing. Our sympathies will always be extended to his family, fellow officers and their families.
 
More detailed reporting of the events of February 11, 2014 can be found here.
The Program from Deputy Pine's Memorial can be found here.
 
The Community thanks the following partners who contributed services to the Deputy Pine Memorial:
Mr. Jerry Gilvin  of Gilvin Enterprises
Mr. Marshall Luther of Intarsia, Inc.
Mr. Jim Doane of Jimbo's Creative Masonry
Mr. Dale Williams of Trinity Surfaces
Mr. Jon Gregorius, Mr. Tim Harris, and Mr. Ted Katina of ValleyCrest Landscape
2015 Brotherhood Ride
 
 
 Schools
 
Westminster Landing has great neighborhood schools.  Windy Ridge which is the local elementary/middle school has had an A rating for eight years.   Windy Ridge has a private walkway from Westminster Landing for residents only.  Chain of Lakes Middle School has had an  A  rating also for  eight years.  Olympia High School, which has had either an A or B rating since its founding in 2003.  In addition, Olympia has been ranked by Newsweek for both 2008 and 2009 as one of the top 1500 high schools in the United States!  Families also choose from an array of private schools.  For more information on both our public and private schools please use the link below. 
 
 
 
The Westminster Landing Homeowners Association
 
 
 
 
The Westminster Landing Homeowners Association is made up of fellow residents so they are dedicated to ensuring that the quality and standard of living is maintained in their community. We are a non-profit corporation that was created under the laws of the State of Florida. It was incorporated under those laws for the purpose of protecting and nurturing the interests of its homeowners, preserving and improving property values, maintaining the common areas, and developing programs and events to enhance a strong sense of community spirit.
 
 
The Association was formed when the Declaration of Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions were recorded. You became a member of the Association the day you closed on your new home. Westminster Landing HOA provides community leadership, architectural control, covenant enforcement, community events, accounting and finance, operation and maintenance of recreation facilities.
 
Community leadership is provided by the Board of Directors, as well as the Association Committees. All residents can participate in various committees. These committees help shape the future of Westminster Landing. All meetings are open to the public.
 
Homeowners are required to submit plans for any and all exterior improvements for approval to the Architectural Review Board prior to installation. Our goal is to ensure choices are in harmony with the overall appearance of the community.
 
 Southwest Property Management
 
Westminster Landing's Board of Directors is assisted by Southwest Property Management of Central Florida Inc. They are an Orlando based, locally owned corporation specializing in the management of Homeowner Associations in Central Florida. SWP managers are quickly accessible to their communities. Their phones are answered during normal business hours and calls are routed to the necessary departments. Their partners and Licensed Community Association Managers, Spencer Solomon, Gary Comstock and Vickie Lewis have over 30 years of combined experience in Property Management. Southwest Property Management updates office and field technology quarterly, using the latest tools to be able to provide fast, dependable service to their family of communities.
 
 
All SWP managers are mobile and are able to be in the community at a moment's notice. Managers do not need to come to a central office to make decisions or to review community business. All managers carry a laptop computer and have access to the home office server for a "hands-on” exchange of information. In the case of contractor’s work or covenant violations, managers use digital cameras to capture imagery. The imagery, along with a data file, is quickly fed into their data banks so that letters are generated quickly and decisions can be made that day. This data exchange gives their management staff and office staff a detailed glimpse into conditions in the field and allows them to make deliberate and concise decisions that affect their family of communities. This saves their communities time and money. Interactive technology enables their staff to network electronically with our Board of Directors as well as homeowners. This technology keeps the Board, their offices and residents in our communities, updated quickly as changes take place.
 
Using their technology, Boards of Directors have the distinct advantage of reviewing minutes and notes from Board Meetings within hours of the end of a meeting. Residents are kept up-to-date in their community by logging onto SWP website. There they will find Contact Information, ARB forms, Reservation Forms, Complete Copies of their CCR’s, Garage Sale Information and Important Dates to remember.
 
 
Concerned about their cost? There are no “back-end” fees! SWP Management, calls and faxes to and from homeowners are FREE! Calls to and from Board members are FREE! Covenant violation letters are FREE! All Board meetings and Annual meetings are attended by their management staff FREE!
For more information about Southwest Property Management visit their website at:
 
Contacts for Southwest Property Management are found on the CONTACT US page of this website.