Colorado Zoning & Land Use Attorneys
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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 Colorado real estate attorneys assist clients with various zoning and land use issues. With 30 years of experience to our name, we are a reputable law firm you can trust.
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 land development.
PUD is a zoning classification for land that contains a mixture of various land uses including:
- Residential housing
- Industrial buildings
- Open land
- Commercial centers
Jorgensen, Brownell & Pepin, P.C. - Offering Aggressive Representation & Comprehensive Advice
When zoning or land use issues arise, we work with government agencies to resolve matters in a timely and efficient manner. Our experienced Colorado real estate attorneys at Jorgensen, Brownell & Pepin, P.C. can protect your real estate investment with comprehensive legal advice and aggressive representation. We will work tirelessly toward securing a favorable and effective outcome. As soon as you bring us on board, we will carefully analyze all the details of your case and begin constructing a personalized results-driven strategy.
How to Create a New Subdivision
There are several steps a developer must comply with in order to create a new subdivision. For example, a developer must apply for zoning permits with the city or town where the land is located. Additionally, zoning laws must be reviewed in order to determine the limitations of development on that land. In addition, under Colorado state law, any property split of existing property lines requires approval from the controlling municipality.
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As a full-service law firm, we are committed to adding value to our clients' existing business or real estate opportunity. At Jorgensen, Brownell & Pepin, P.C., our real estate attorneys will work diligently to help you develop your subdivision. Our dedicated Colorado real estate attorneys will assist you in applying for zoning permits, investigating zoning laws, and meet the necessary requirements to help you develop your subdivision.
Great attorney. Gerald Jorgensen explained the situation and my legal options and obligations in clear, easy-to-understand language. His process made it easy to get the right settlement. I was really satisfied with the results. With Mr. Jorgenson, the client always comes first!