Fort Worth Texas Zoning and Land Use Lawyer
Zoning, in the City of Forth Worth and other cities and municipalities in Texas, is the division of a city into districts and prescribing regulations for each district. The purpose of zoning in Texas is to promote the public health, safety, morals, or general welfare and protecting and preserving places and areas of historical, cultural, or architectural importance and significance. Usually, a Texas city that implements zoning is divided into residential, commercial, industrial, and agricultural districts. Within these zoning districts, the city may regulate the erection, construction, reconstruction, alteration, repair, or use of buildings, other structures, or land. Each district can be regulated differently, but the regulations must be uniform within that district. .
Real estate developers and business owners recognize that disputes involving land use laws and zoning ordinances can pose significant threats to their real estate investments in terms of time, value, and money. The LAW OFFICES OF ALAN ABERGEL, P.C. (“LOAA”) represents individuals, businesses, and developers with land use and zoning concerns before local, city, state and federal government authorities throughout Tarrant, Dallas and surrounding counties in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metropolitan Area.
The attorney at LOAA, a Forth Worth zoning lawyer, understands the complexities of land use and zoning laws and regulations. LOAA works closely with its clients to develop effective strategies to navigate the often complex and time-consuming process of obtaining necessary approvals and permits for their projects. LOAA is committed to providing its clients with personalized attention and high-quality legal representation. LOAA understands the importance of timely and cost-effective solutions to land use and zoning issues. LOAA assists its clients in zoning matters involving all types of properties, including residential, commercial, industrial, and agricultural.
LOAA, a Fort Worth zoning and land use lawyer, represents clients in the following aspects of zoning and land use:
- Conditional use permits
- Building permits
- Zone changes
- Site Plan Review
- General planning amendments
- Specific planning amendments
- Development agreements
- Administrative hearings
- Land use and zoning litigation
- Administrative appeals litigation
- Zoning due diligence in real estate acquisitions and M&A transactions.
- Code Enforcement issues
- Zoning issues concerning OCCC licensed businesses.
Feel free to call Alan Abergel, a Fort Worth Zoning Lawyer, to discuss your zoning and land use legal needs.