Parking Alert: South Road Construction

Partial road barriers have been placed at the intersection of South Road and Country Club Road due to a summer construction project. The School’s parking deck is open and accessible from South Road for the duration of the project by driving between the two barriers and entering the parking gate immediately on the left.

This site focuses on planning, development regulation, and land use law issues within the state of North Carolina. This page highlights certain resources, but follow the category links (tabbed below or to the side) for complete information on Courses and Conferences, Publications, Summary of Key Legal Issues, and more.

Publication Highlights

Bulletin: 2016 North Carolina Legislation Related to Planning and Development Regulation

Report: Reshaping Suburban Spaces: Lessons from North Carolina Cities

Book: Land Subdivision Regulation in North Carolina  

Blog: Coates' Canons -- An SOG faculty blog on local government law, including posts on planning and development regulation topics by Rich Ducker, David Owens, and Adam Lovelady.

Legislation

Chapter 160D: S. 419 is the bill introduced in 2017 to reorganize city and county planning and development regulation statutes.  This proposal creates a new Chapter 160D that consolidates and reorganizes city and couty statutes on planning and developmetn regulation.  Click here for annotated bill draft that shows how the bill relates to the existing stautes, with explanatory footnotes for most statutory edits..  Also see blog post: Proposed Reorganization and Modernization of Planning and Development Regulation Statutes

Bill List 2017  A list of bills affecting planning and development regulation considered in the 2017 session of the General Assembly, with final status of actions taken.

Bulletin: 2016 North Carolina Legislation Related to Planning and Development Regulation

Bulletin: 2015 North Carolina Legislation Related to Planning and Development Regulation

Training in Planning and Zoning

Courses and Certification

Online Training Modules  

 

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Faculty Coordinators

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Gladys Hall Coates Professor of Public Law and Government
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Assistant Professor of Public Law and Government