Automatic Two-Year Extension for Preliminary Plan and APF Validity Periods Approved by Montgomery County Council

AvatarElizabeth Rogers, Attorney

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, and the resulting economic consequences and project delays, the Montgomery County Council has approved an Amendment to the Subdivision Regulations that will automatically extend the Preliminary Plan and Adequate Public Facilities validity periods by two years.

The impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on development projects in Montgomery County, vary depending on the project’s proposed use, design, stage of development etc.  Some projects, especially those currently under construction, have kept moving forward with limited to … Continue Reading

Welcome to Zoned In

Chris RuhlenChris Ruhlen, Principal

On behalf of the attorneys in our Land Use Practice Group, let me be the first to welcome you to Zoned In, Lerch Early’s new Land Use & Zoning blog.

For years, we’ve been keeping developers, property owners, and investors informed on land use trends and topics through our e-newsletter, seminars, and personal outreach. However, our new blog will allow us to bring you additional, timely information from Montgomery County,  Prince George’s County, and other surrounding jurisdictions on a … Continue Reading