Virginia Subdivision and Site Plan Law

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Monday, July 10, 2017
1 p.m. - 2:30 p.m. EDT

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Learn how to navigate through current subdivision procedures and avoid common problems along the way.


After your client has obtained the rezoning, special exception, special permit, conditional use permit, or variance, their interaction with the development review authorities of the local government will continue. Except for an individual single family detached home, almost all real estate development will require the approval of either a site plan or a subdivision plat. Receive a comprehensive analysis of the land subdivision process in the State of Virginia including the exemptions, reviews and approvals of the Subdivision Act and prerequisites for approval.


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John W. Farrell, Esq.

• More than 30 years of experience before county supervisors, planning commissions and boards of zoning appeals in matters of real estate development, land use and environmental regulation, including rezoning, site plans and wetlands • Experience on behalf of lenders and borrowers in transactions involving real estate acquisition, construction and development loans ... Read More

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