Zoning has to do with what property owners may do with their property in an area. For instance, just because you own a lot in a residential area does not mean you can set up a store. If you wish to do something not allowed by zoning however you may apply for a variance from the local zoning board. If you plan a real estate development, you will need to seek an entitlement from the governmental authorities approving of your plans. To assist in your endeavors, you are encouraged to contact a Phoenix real estate lawyer for guidance and representation.
Before doing anything new with regard to property or if you are planning a development, you are advised to contact the legal team of Schern Richardson Finter, PLC. We serve the Phoenix area with guidance and skilled representation in zoning and entitlement matters.
Zoning rules affect a number of matters concerning property. Here are some zoning restrictions that might apply in an area:
If you want to do something prohibited, we are skilled in seeking variances for our clients. If the action does not significantly impair the overall character of the area, it has a good chance of being approved.
When you undertake a real estate development, you will need to get approval for a number of matters. These include approval for size of lots, size of buildings, residential or commercial use, and installation of roads, sewers and other matters. Our firm has been assisting clients in these matters for years and has working relationships with many involved in approval processes. We would be pleased to assist in expediting your development plans and getting required entitlements.
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