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Fronefield Crawford, Jr. has been an attorney in Chester County for almost 40 years, with a well-known practice that concentrates on real estate, land use and zoning, municipal, and environmental law. Frone has represented developers, builders, and municipal agencies, and he has been a frequent instructor on zoning, subdivision and land use topics for various organizations, including The Pennsylvania Bar Institute's Environmental Law and Municipal Law Forums, Lorman Educational Services, The Brandywine Conservancy and The Pennsylvania Land Trust Association. Frone received his LL.B. degree from Yale Law School in 1968 and a LL.M. degree in Urban Legal Studies from George Washington University Law School in 1970. He graduated cum laude from Williams College with a B.A. degree in 1965.
Restricting Development to What Is Approved in a Subdivision and Land Development Plan
When a local government is approving a subdivision and land development plan, a landowner or developer sometimes agrees to place restrictions on the land to ensure that no further subdivision or de...