Property Owner Slams Generic Zoning To Pa. High Court

Law360, Philadelphia (May 09, 2013, 3:05 PM ET) -- A Pennsylvania property owner told the state Supreme Court last week that a lower court erred in interpreting the state's Municipal Planning Code when approved a tentative plan for a development that only provided generic designations for buildings.

In a brief filed last Friday, Newtown Square East LP — which seeks to halt the neighboring development of a mixed-use project in suburban Philadelphia — argued that the Commonwealth Court's ruling makes it impossible for neighbors and the general public to properly engage in the decision-making process...
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