(PRWEB) December 20, 2013
The Planning & Zoning Resource Corporation (PZR) offers construction law firms with zoning due diligence and research. This simplifies the complexity and streamlines processes for construction law firms.
The commercial construction business is diverse and complex. Construction law firms help their clients such as banks, lenders, REITs, general contractors, developers, architects and engineers with several aspects of the process. Construction law firms provide services such as litigation, real estate, business and finance, environmental, employment, government relations, due diligence, compliance, and other areas. Also, these services vary depending on the nature and size of the project (resorts, data centers, office parks, multi-family, retail, energy project sports stadiums, roads and toll roads).
Property owners and construction companies are not entirely free to do whatever they want with their property. Zoning is an area of compliance, which dictates how the property can be constructed and used. Zoning laws restrict the types of uses to which a particular piece of property may be constructed. Property owners and others need to be familiar with zoning and land use restrictions before they can begin any major work on their property. Most cities have zoning districts broadly classified as residential, commercial, industrial, and manufacturing.
PZR helps owners and construction law firms identify what properties and facilities can be used for in dealing with zoning compliance. When due diligence is conducted, it prevents new construction and remodeling of properties to not be subject to disapproval of uses by the city.
The Planning and Zoning Resource Company is the nation’s largest provider of zoning due diligence and analysis while being the sole provider and creator of the PZR Report. PZR provides its clients with zoning report formats that are supported by municipal documentations and produces reliable, independently confirmed statements that speak to the compliance of property’s existing use, setbacks, height, density and parking. Their research includes specific zoning designation of the site as established by the current municipal code, uses allowed under the zoning designation established by the zoning ordinance, minimum setback requirements, building height and story requirements for compliance, minimum parking requirements and special circumstances that are in need on consideration. Additionally, PZR specializes in document acquisition for zoning and building code documents in all 50 states.
For additional information about The Planning & Zoning Resource Company please contact at 1.800.344.2944.