Economic Development

Private Development and Public Regulation In North Carolina: Economic Incentives Make Sense

Development will often involve a little bit of land use law, a little bit of litigation, and a little bit of economic incentive.

In fact, we’ve blogged before here, here and here about the land use aspects of development projects benefitting from economic incentives.

With the new look of the General Assembly — our state legislature, for the uninitiated — some folks worry about the fate of these important compenents in efforts to keep North Carolina in the competitive avant garde. On that score, Burley Mitchell and Press Millen from our Firm’s Raleigh office published today this clear and entirely common sense editorial giving wonderful strokes to the issue.

We recommend listening to these tempered voices.

Mike Thelen is a lawyer in Womble Carlyle’s Real Estate Litigation practice group. He regularly represents a wide variety of clients in land use and land development issues, from local governments to businesses, in both state and federal venues throughout North Carolina

Categories: Economic Development

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