Learn strategies for addressing nonconformities, negotiating, and resolving issues in the pursuit of a successful project.
Projects often do not conform to zoning codes or other land use regulations found in subdivision platting ordinances. Many more projects lose economic viability through the taking of exactions by governmental entities. This topic helps explain methods and strategies for addressing nonconformities, negotiating with governmental entities and public bodies, and resolving those issues in the pursuit of a successful development project.
Wilson Cribbs + Goren
- Attorney with the law firm of Wilson Cribbs + Goren real estate law firm
- Specializes in land use and real estate law
- Published articles include Dealing with Deed Restrictions, June 2018, RedNews; Floodplain Ordinance Revisions, May 2018 RedNews; Reconstruction After Harvey, October 2017 Rednews; Permitting Paralysis, April 2017 Rednews
- Presentations and seminars include Cell Tower Siting Update, Texas City Attorney’s Association Conference, 2010; Regulation of Land Development without Zoning – Municipal Law 101 City of Houston Legal Department, 2011; Regulation of Historic Preservation – University of Texas Continuing Legal Education Land Use Conference, 2016; National Trust for Historic Preservation – Washington DC
- J.D. degree, Rutgers-Camden School of Law; B.A. degree, Emory University
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