Approving a Land Development Proposal With the Condition That Outside Agency Permits Are Received
In Broussard v. Zoning Board of Adjustment of City of Pittsburgh, 589 Pa. 71, 907 A.2d 494 (2006), the Court distinguished between an applicant who merely promises to bring a non-compliant zoning plan into compliance and an applicant who reasonably shows the ability to fulfill requirements.
No abuse of discretion will be found in granting conditional approval to the latter.
Similarly, in Kohr v. Lower Windsor Township Board of Supervisors, 910 A.2d 152 (Pa. Cmwlth. 2006), the Court concluded that where permits from an agency outside the municipality are required for a land development proposal, approving the proposal with the condition that outside agency permits are received is appropriate.