The comprehensive plan guides the locality’s strategy for development, while the actual legal rights regarding development are determined by local zoning and subdivision ordinances. Local planning commissions and administrative boards, the Board of Supervisors and the Board of Zoning Appeals, are designed to resolve planning and zoning disputes and handle land use controls. Disputes that are not resolved administratively can be the subject of a lawsuit in the Virginia courts.
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