Land Use Appeal

Delchester Developers, L.P. v. London Grove Township Board Supervisors, Pa. Commw. (2016)

If at least one ground for denial is based on clear noncompliance with the ordinance, and that noncompliance is an objective, legitimate, and substantive planning issue, appeals of plan denials and preliminary subdivision and land development plans will be denied.

Delchester Developers, L.P. v. London Grove Twp. Bd. Supervisors, 161 A.3d 1106 (Pa. Commw. Ct. 2016)

Date of Decision: 5/9/17


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T.H. Properties, L.P. v. Upper Salford Township Board of Supervisors, Pa. Commw. (2008)

When a municipality resolves a land use appeal by Court-approved settlement agreement, prior to newly elected Supervisors taking office, the new Board is bound by the settlement agreement unless there were prior objections by a party to the land use appeal and/or there is a showing of extraordinary circumstances.

T.H. Properties, L.P. v. Upper Salford Township Board of Supervisors, No. 69 C.D. 2008, 2009 Pa. Commw. LEXIS 178 (Pa. Commw. February 11, 2009).

Date of Decision: 2/11/09


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