Peter Dolan

Pete has successfully represented national and regional developers and local businesses in need of rezoning, special use permits, comprehensive plan amendments, zoning verifications (non-conforming uses) appeals/variances, land use and easement agreements, and due diligence in regards to office, retail, industrial, mixed-use, and residential matters.

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Around Prince William County

by on September 21, 2017
Around Prince William County

The Prince William land use team wants to provide an update on happenings around Prince William County including the initiation of small area plans and recent entitlement approvals. Small Area Plans The Prince William Board of County Supervisors initiated an update to the County’s Comprehensive Plan, which includes the creation of small area plans. The […]

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Kaiser Permanente Approval in Haymarket

by on September 21, 2017
Kaiser Permanente Approval in Haymarket

Source: Kaiser Permanente & Gresham, Smith, and Partners   Pete Dolan and Jessica Pfeiffer in the Firm’s Prince William Office worked with the landowner, Gene Siegel with Landservices, Inc., to obtain a proffer amendment approval to allow for Kaiser Permanente’s proposed medical office building. The approximately 35,000-square-foot building will be located on Heathcote Boulevard near […]

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Apollo Mixed-Use Project Approved in Prince William County

by on July 18, 2017
Apollo Mixed-Use Project Approved in Prince William County

On June 20, 2017, the Prince William Board of County Supervisors approved a mixed-use project that includes retail (a maximum of 16,800 square feet), self-storage or office (a maximum of 127,200 square feet), and a maximum of 100 townhomes. Pete Dolan and Jessica Pfeiffer worked with the applicant, Equinox Investments, on the approval. The property […]

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Prince William Board of County Supervisors Adopts Resolution in Response to Proffer Reform Bill (Senate Bill 549, Va. Code §15.2-2303.4)

by on June 8, 2016

Prince William, VA — The Prince William Board of County Supervisors (BOCS) adopted a resolution on May 17, 2016, in response to the Proffer Reform Bill which takes effect July 1, 2016. The resolution makes significant changes to the County’s current zoning policies and calls for a number of follow-up staff directives. The resolution: repeals the […]

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Prince William Office Obtains Approval for First D.C.-Area Cabela’s Location

by on June 10, 2015
Prince William Office Obtains Approval for First D.C.-Area Cabela’s Location

Pete Dolan and Jessica Pfeiffer worked with Peterson Companies and Cabela’s — a major hunting, fishing, and sporting goods store — to obtain a successful rezoning and comprehensive plan amendment that will allow the first Cabela’s location in the D.C. area. This Cabela’s location, the company’s third in Virginia, will total approximately 79,000 square feet. […]

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Prince William County Initiates Update to Economic Development Chapter of Its Comprehensive Plan

by on May 6, 2015
Prince William County Initiates Update to Economic Development Chapter of Its Comprehensive Plan

On March 10, 2015, the Prince William County Board of County Supervisors initiated a directive to County planning staff to update the “Economic Development Plan” chapter of the County’s Comprehensive Plan. The last technical update to this chapter was completed in 2008, but it has not been substantially reviewed since its creation in 1993. Part […]

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Legislative Update: Collection of Cash Proffers on a Per-Unit Basis

by on April 6, 2015
Legislative Update: Collection of Cash Proffers on a Per-Unit Basis

By Pete Dolan and Jonelle Cameron On March 19, 2015, Governor Terry McAuliffe signed Senate Bill 1257, eliminating the sunset provision of an important statute regarding timing of proffer payments. Prior to 2010, proffer payments on a per-unit basis were to be paid at the building permit stage. During the recession, however, Code Section 15.2-2303.1:1 […]

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DCSM Revisions – New Landscaping Requirements

by on November 12, 2010

Pete Dolan pdolan@pw.thelandlawyers.com The Prince William County Planning Commission held a public hearing on November 3, 2010 and voted to recommend to the BOCS approval of changes to the DCSM landscaping requirements as prepared by County staff. The changes would increase the amount of plantings required in buffers and landscape strips without increasing required widths. […]

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