Subdivision approvals

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Subdivision approvals

Often a development project may require parcels to be subdivided or assembled, triggering an extensive review of the project by relevant government agencies through a subdivision application, which includes an analysis of adequate public facilities -- primary traffic and school capacity.

Lerch Early’s land use attorneys are well-versed in the technical issues that the subdivision process may raise, including the intricacies of determining the adequacy of traffic and school capacity, and are skilled at shepherding applications through the different areas of review. Our clients rely on our knowledge base, our experience working with planning staff, and our determined advocacy to clear whatever hurdles they may confront. With our depth of experience and careful guidance, a subdivision can progress smoothly toward approval, with any unwanted delays minimized or altogether evaded.

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