Posted by: Patricia Salkin | April 19, 2016

CT Supreme Court Grants Cert Petition to Hear Case on Denial of Affordable Housing Application

The Supreme Court of Connecticut granted the petition of defendant, the Planning and Zoning Commission of the Town of Lisbon, for certification for appeal on the limited questions of whether the Appellate Court properly concluded that the trial court correctly determined that Brenmor Properties, LLC’s noncompliance with a road ordinance did not constitute a valid ground on which to deny its modified affordable housing application; and whether the Appellate Court correctly determined that the trial court properly ordered the commission to approve the plaintiffs subdivision application ‘as is’ rather than allowing the commission, on remand, to consider appropriate conditions of approval.

Brenmor Properties, LLC v. Planning and Zoning Com’n of the Town of Lisbon, 320 Conn. 928 (CT 3/23/2016)

 


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