Zoning and land use ordinances regulate the use of privately owned property. These regulations are often controversial and are visible powers of local governments. Implementation and enforcement of land use regulations directly affect individual homeowners, landowners, and developers of real estate. John Adcock has represented local governments and property owners in administrative, legislative and quasi-judicial land use matters. In addition to his legal experience in land use law, John has practical experience in the development, implementation and enforcement of zoning and land use regulations. Our firm’s zoning and land use law practice includes:
- Special Use Permits
- Appeals of quasi-judicial decisions.
- Resolutions for nonconforming uses.
- Regulation of religious land uses.
- Development entitlements
- Negotiation and drafting zoning text amendments
- Annexation agreements.