When it comes to your company or your residence, zoning matters can limit what you would like to do with your property. Many municipalities are approving more restrictive rules due to vast development replacing open land. Several towns and cities across the nation have growth concerns. When growth does not happen as they would like, they may enact additional regulations. At the law offices of Miles Hansford, LLC, we offer extensive zoning variance and rezoning legal knowledge in all types of complex zoning concerns. Let us represent your zoning needs.
What Is a Variance?
Perhaps you bought vacant land with dreams of starting your own business. Or maybe you have a vacation home you would like to expand. If you are considering any of these property scenarios, you may confront a zoning variance. This municipality rule governs specific elements of a building structure, such as the height of a home to the distance it is from a property line.
The attorneys at Miles Hansford, LLC, are here to help your dreams become a reality. We offer insightful representation with decades of experience in countless zoning concerns.
A zoning variance is an exception to the ordinance for permitted use, whereas a complete rezoning can change a zoning designation to permit a certain use. Confusing? Yes, but a crucial legal concern. When you hire our reputable firm, an experienced lawyer will help you understand and navigate these complex legal matters.
Explore Zoning Matters with a Seasoned Counselor
If you need strong legal representation for a zoning or land use issue, call (770) 574-6688 to speak with one of our knowledgeable property attorneys. If email is more convenient, contact us now to request a consultation.
Joshua A. ScogginsAttorney & PartnerJosh Scoggins has extensive experience representing clients in real estate related matters including purchase and sale transactions, real estate development, construction law, commercial leasing, easement acquisition, utility issues, title disputes, ...
J. Ethan UnderwoodAttorney & PartnerEthan Underwood practices in the fields of land use, real estate, and property tax law, representing developers, as well as individual property owners. He has negotiated numerous zoning and development actions and advises clients regarding environmental ...
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