Planned Developments

The purpose of a planned unit development ("PUD"), commonly called a planned community, is to permit greater flexibility in land use regulations, thereby allowing the developer to use a more creative approach in the development of land; such as including mixed-use residential/commercial, condos / single-family homes, or gated communities / recreational facilities. In a PUD, individual owners own their unit or lot and share an interest in the association's common areas.

Restrictions within PUDs help the community preserve its aesthetic value, guide operations, and provide for shared amenities.

Our firm works with PUD boards on a variety of issues that can arise, including enforcement, amendment of governing documents, providing corporate counsel, dispute resolution, and litigation matters.