Longmont Zoning & Land Use Attorneys
We Are Experienced & Reputable
Zoning and land use laws can substantially affect how a property owner
or developer intends to use their property. Local governments use zoning
and land use laws to assign land for a particular use. These laws can
regulate the kinds of structures and activities that may occur on the
land, the size of lots, the location of buildings on the lot, and much
more. At Jorgensen, Brownell & Pepin, P.C., our Longmont real estate
attorneys assist clients with various zoning and land use issues. With
25 years of experience to our name, we are a reputable law firm you can trust.
Call (720) 809-8310 to request an initial consultation.
What Is Planned Urban Development?
Land use and zoning laws are also used by local governments to prevent
new development from interfering with preexisting land purposes and to
control the pace of development and growth. Planned Urban Development
(PUD) is a means of land regulation that promotes large-scale, unified
PUD is a zoning classification for land that contains a mixture of various
land uses including: