Virginia is consistent amongst many other states in that cities are divided into districts which govern the construction and land use.
Richmond, VA (PRWEB) August 27, 2013
The Planning and Zoning Resource Corporation (PZR) has expanded operations in Virginia to include zoning letters and analysis. Zoning rules and regulations are dependent on the city and in some cases incorporate language to protect the maintenance of the culture and architecture of the city as it grows.
Virginia is consistent amongst many other states in that cities are divided into districts which govern the construction and land use. For example, a business cannot be built or opened in residential district and specific industries, such as heavy duty factories and industrial warehouses need to be in their own classified districts.
Zoning can become complex because of the changes and updates to regulations. The Planning and Zoning Resource Corporation helps commercial clients to navigate through the complex zoning laws to ensure that projects will move forward in a timely manner and the property use will be in accordance with zoning laws.
PZR performs a zoning analysis that will make sure the property is compliant from a zoning and land use perspective. Zoning analysis becomes even more strenuous for multi-site and multi-location real estate transactions. PZR produces the PZR Report which provides a complete expert zoning analysis and zoning due diligence required for the specific jurisdiction. This information can be provided for office projects, condominium projects, health care parks, data centers, warehouses, tenant buildings, industrial parks, shopping centers and more.
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 that produces reliable, independently confirmed statements that speaks 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 and Zoning Resource Company please contact David Anderson at 1.800.344.2944, orders(at)pzr(dot)com, or http://www.pzr.com.