There’s good news on the horizon for 2018 rezonings of property in the City of Evansville and in Vanderburgh County.
The Area Plan Commission has announced that, after the first of the year, the time frame for the rezoning process will be trimmed in half – from around 90 days to 45 days.
Also, the subdivision review process will speed up to 30 instead of 60 days. The variance process will take about 30 days instead of 45 days.
The Area Plan Commission also announced that plans are in the works to rewrite and update the local zoning code.
Further information will be posted as news becomes available.
The attorneys of KDDK provide a full-service experience in assisting clients with site selection, zoning and planning analysis, negotiating and drafting the real estate purchase agreement, and closing the deal.
For additional information on land use planning or any area of real estate law, please contact Maria L. Bulkley at mbulkley@KDDK.com or (812) 423-3183, or contact any member of the KDDK Real Estate Law Practice Team.
About the Author
Maria L. Bulkley, a Partner at Kahn, Dees, Donovan & Kahn, LLP, in Evansville, Indiana, practices in the areas of business law, real estate development, land use planning, mediation and family law. She assists clients with the local government processes connected with land use and real estate development and negotiates encroachment agreements, easement agreements, economic development incentives, and other agreements essential to real estate development. Maria represents individuals and businesses in real estate takings cases. She serves as a mediator for domestic relations and general civil matters, and is trained and experienced in Collaborative Family Practice. In addition, Maria represents clients in family law matters with an emphasis on dissolutions of marriage involving complex marital estates.