No Need To Wait ‘Til 2025 in Vacant Land Adjustment Towns
Category: On Demand
Member Price: $140
Non-Member Price: $175
Areas of Law: Land Use
|NJ CLE information: This program has been approved by the Board on Continuing Legal Education of the Supreme Court of New Jersey for 2 hours of total CLE credit (Full Credits Available: NJ General: 2.0).
|NY CLE (t&nt):
|NY Professional Practice Non-Transitional: 2.0
|PA Substantive Credit: 1.5
New: No PACLE fee is required for this program. To earn PA CLE credits, a valid PA Bar ID number must be entered into the CLE form provided after attending the program.
Purchase this informative seminar to hear a panel of experts review the important recent Drew University v. Madison case. This case demonstrates that vacant land adjustment municipalities can be required to increase their “Realistic Development Potential”, otherwise known as RDP, post settlement, post fairness and post compliance hearing. The consequence is that such municipalities will be required to adopt additional compliance mechanisms, (ie zoning) to accommodate the increased RDP, which could result in more development than such municipalities envisioned when they “settled” their round three case.
Listen to these experienced attorneys and a court appointed master analyze the recent Drew University v. Madison case to address the question of what “settlement” means for vacant land adjustment towns. Many, if not all, municipalities believe that once they settle, they are done with affordable housing requirements such as inclusionary multifamily developments until July 2025. The Drew University v. Madison case demonstrates that such is not the case for vacant land municipalities. In addition, this program will address related issues concerning the fourth round, which commences in 2025.