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  • Bone McAllester Norton’s Land Use and Zoning practice group represents a diverse set of clients, including commercial developers, property owners, home builders, small and large businesses in various industries, and governmental agencies. Our land use and zoning clients have sought our advice and guidance in a variety of matters from residential improvements to rezoning and entitlement changes for complicated commercial development in the urban setting.

    Because we are engaged in a full spectrum of land use and zoning transactions for our clients, we are able to handle detailed and complex matters in an efficient and cost-sensitive way. We also deal with all types of land use and zoning litigation, in consultation with our firm’s Litigation and Dispute Resolution practice group.

    Practicing attorneys include: Charles Robert Bone, C. David Briley, Quan M. PooleJ. Douglas (Doug) Sloan III.

    We have substantial hands-on experience in the following areas:

    • Rezoning
    • Increasing entitlements in highly regulated zoning districts
    • Compliance with zoning overlay requirements
    • Public-private partnerships
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    Practicing attorneys include: Charles Robert Bone, C. David Briley, Quan M. PooleJ. Douglas (Doug) Sloan III.

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