Difference between revisions of "Proffered development conditions"

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A '''proffer''' is an offer by a landowner during the rezoning process to perform an act or donate money, a product, or services to justify the propriety of a proposed rezoning. [https://www.albemarle.org/upload/images/Forms_Center/Departments/County_Attorney/Forms/LUchapter11-proffers.pdf ''The Albemarle County Land Use Law Handbook Kamptner/July 2019'']
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A '''proffer''' is an offer by a landowner during the rezoning process to perform an act or donate money, a product, or services to justify the propriety of a proposed rezoning. [https://www.albemarle.org/upload/images/Forms_Center/Departments/County_Attorney/Forms/LUchapter11-proffers.pdf ''The Albemarle County Land Use Law Handbook Kamptner, July 2019'']
 
 
  
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In general, under Virginia law, a locality may not impose conditions on a rezoning. However, if the applicant for the rezoning voluntarily "proffers" (offers) conditions in writing before the public hearing before the governing body, those conditions may be incorporated in the rezoning. [https://www.pecva.org/our-mission/communities/local-planning-resources/391-planning-and-zoning-terms#proffers ''The Piedmont Environmental Council'']
  
 
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Revision as of 18:48, 11 August 2019

A proffer is an offer by a landowner during the rezoning process to perform an act or donate money, a product, or services to justify the propriety of a proposed rezoning. The Albemarle County Land Use Law Handbook Kamptner, July 2019

In general, under Virginia law, a locality may not impose conditions on a rezoning. However, if the applicant for the rezoning voluntarily "proffers" (offers) conditions in writing before the public hearing before the governing body, those conditions may be incorporated in the rezoning. The Piedmont Environmental Council

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