Virginia’s Stance on Third-Party Challenges to Local Land Use Decisions

Virginia’s Stance on Third-Party Challenges to Local Land Use Decisions
By Philip Carter Strother Environmental Law Reporter

The article presents a reprint of the article “Virginia’s Stance on Third-Party Challenges to Local Land Use Decisions” by Philip Carter Strother, which appeared in “Environmental Law Reporter”.

It explains the laws related to common land use matters and neighboring landowners’ land use actions. It also discusses the court case Logan v. City Council of the City of Roanoke in Virginia.

Philip Strother thanks Matthew Farley, a 2010 J.D. candidate at the University of Richmond School of Law, for assistance in researching, drafting, and editing.