What does R1-10 mean in zoning terms?

Answer Land designated to have R1-10 zoning is for single family residences, where lot sizes must be a minimum of 10,000 square feet. In most towns and municipalities, R1-10 zoning excludes the acceptance... Read More »

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Building and zoning!?

You still need the proper building permits.

What is bulk zoning?

County, city and municipal governments control land use and development by the use of zoning laws. Bulk zoning is a way to control density. Bulk zoning laws regulate building setback requirements, ... Read More »

What does R-4 zoning mean in Freehold?

In Freehold Township, New Jersey, the zoning code R-4 applies to a residential area that allows 10,000-square-foot lots and 100 feet of frontage. Freehold's Planning and Zoning office website has a... Read More »

The Purpose of Zoning Subdivisions?

In 1916, New York City passed the nation's first comprehensive zoning regulation. This regulation enacted building height and setback controls, and separated designated residential areas from comme... Read More »