Transit Oriented Development (TOD): is a land use zoning district that is located around public transportation stations. It encourages high-density development by incorporating commercial, residential and office into a compact urban oriented development plan.
CLT Public Relations can assist landowners who are voluntarily or involuntary transitioning their property to a TOD zoning. We provide landowners with Land-Use Advocacy, Property Analysis and Development Evaluation. Contact us to learn how we can assist you in the TOD Zoning process.
When municipalities expand their public transportation infrastructure, they often encourage TOD zoning districts to replace the current zoning district. This zoning change can happen through a voluntary, corrective, or alignment rezoning process. Having a land-use advocate is beneficial in understanding how these zoning changes impact property values, entitlements, and nonconforming land-uses.
Understanding the environmental and regulatory limitations a property has is essential in realizing the properties true value and development opportunity. Additionally, evaluating how a property relates to surrounding properties is important for being aware of development opportunities in the area. A property analysis gives a full, in-depth perspective of an individual property and provides insight into how that property can be assembled with the surrounding properties.
Zoning districts set the legal land-use opportunities and limitations for new development, redevelopment and development expansion. When a zoning district changes, the property development opportunities are expanded or reduced. Having a development evaluation on a property parcel that has a zoning change is valuable for the property owner in understanding what the impact of these changes mean.