Land Use And Zoning: Answering Questions, Solving Legal Problems

For more than 60 years, Kluttz, Reamer, Hayes, Adkins & Carter, L.L.P., has been a go-to source of reliable legal counsel and effective advocacy for landowners, business owners and other key decision-makers in the Salisbury community and beyond. In fact, our roots in the area go back even further, as our firm formed as an offshoot of Craige & Craige, founded in 1832.

What do these fascinating historical facts have to do with land use and zoning? They demonstrate that we are well aware of the area's strong historic legacy. They highlight our commitment to a high quality of life in our own home territory. We understand how these values sometimes affect today's business community when zoning or land use goals are at odds with tradition.

What Hurdles Will You Need To Overcome To Get The Zoning Your Business Requires?

It may not be a question of historic preservation that stands in the way of your zoning objectives, but rather, a neighboring property owner's objections to your land use plans. Environmental aspects such as soil contamination may also complicate your plans for:

  • Sales and acquisitions
  • Subdivisions
  • Easements
  • Homeowner association (HOA) covenants
  • Development agreements

In land use and zoning matters as in all legal practice areas, our dedication to legal excellence, integrity and the welfare of our clients dictates our strategies. Our attorneys bring in-depth knowledge as well as proven advocacy skills. As you clarify and pursue goals such as rezoning for your business or commercial property development plans, we are ready to get to work on your behalf.

For Litigation Or Advocacy In Negotiations, Turn To A Law Firm Known For Reliability — Personal Attention — Knowledge

While litigation is our strong suit, we help many clients obtain the zoning and land use permits they seek through nonadversarial methods and may consult with a lawyer too before legal issues arise. Whatever obstacles you face in your land use and zoning matter, we are well-equipped to represent you zealously before any government body or in legal proceedings versus other property owners.

Rest assured that we also recognize your economic interests as you seek resolution of land use and zoning issues. Our North Carolina real estate lawyers will never urge you to spend on legal fees without reviewing the possible outcomes with you.

To schedule a consultation, call 704-216-4012, or send an email inquiry through this website.