Commercial Land Use Zoning

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Commercial property needs are subject to zoning restrictions that can result in heavy fines for violations. Radom & Wetter’s commercial land use zoning attorneys provide end-to-end solutions for real estate planning, zoning, and land use legal services. Our experienced team attorneys provides support for each step of the zoning and approval process for state, municipal and county approvals. Our wealth of experience allows Radom & Wetter to capably handle all facets of New Jersey municipal development law. Our attorneys advise developers and builders on the appropriate regulations and requirements to ensure project compliance. Radom & Wetter attorneys focuse on all phases of land use approvals at all governmental levels and related regulatory matters, as well as litigation and appeals involving the approval and permitting process.

Whether a new construction project or expansion, navigating local regulations regarding development planning and zoning can pose obstacles. Radom & Wetter attorneys are in tune with the latest developments in New Jersey. Permits or variances in New Jersey often involve obtaining approvals, complying with traffic regulations, and handling boundary disputes. Our experience in working with zoning and planning boards guides you through this process.

In New Jersey, land zoning is delegated to cities and towns under the Municipal Land Use Law. In a town or city, elected and appointed office-holders have varied responsibilities under the zoning laws. The City Council or Township Committee introduces and adopts zoning ordinances and citizens may propose revisions. The Planning Board supervises creation of a Master Plan for a city or town and reviews proposed ordinances to see that they comply with the Master Plan. The Zoning Board of Adjustment reviews the development and building applications that require use variances.

Land Use in a municipality may include the Planning Board, Zoning Board of Adjustment, Economic Development Committee, Housing Committee, Design Review Committee, Historic Preservation Review Commission, and the Environmental Commission.

When a developer submits a plan, it is reviewed by the Planning Board or Zoning Board of Adjustment, as the case may be, as well as other county, state and federal agencies.

If you have a project and need zoning approval, call Radom & Wetter. Radom & Wetter has been practicing zoning and land use law in New Jersey, providing legal services to many companies and community associations.

Radom & Wetter Land Use and Zoning Practice covers a wide variety of services, including:

  • Challenges to zoning appeals
  • Easement disputes
  • Environmental issues
  • Grading permits
  • Housing developments
  • Litigation
  • Retail
  • Setbacks
  • Site approvals
  • Special use permits
  • Subdivision approvals
  • Variances

Radom & Wetter attorneys handle zoning and land use issues throughout New Jersey.

Contact Radom & Wetter

If you require professional legal advice and representation regarding business issues anywhere in New Jersey, make sure your legal rights are protected by seeking the legal advice of an experienced business law firm. Contact us at 908-707-1500 or 973-867-7053 or use our Contact Form.

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