Zoning Map

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Zoning Map

A map showing the allowed uses of real property in certain areas. For example, land in a certain area may be zoned only for commercial use or residential use. Zoning maps exist to assist developers, businesspersons and residents in finding out what they can build in certain areas. See also: Zoning law.
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On the zoning maps, krung Rattanakosin or Rattanakosin City is designated by the city government as the historic core of Bangkok.
"We believe that where, as here, a town fails to comply with its obligations under local ordinances and state law by failing to keep official zoning maps on record for public inspection, the appropriate remedy is to place the burden back on the town to establish the location and classification of zoning districts when the landowner began his or her nonconforming use," Hunter wrote.
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The trees would then be added to the Virgin Islands' Registry of Historic Buildings, Sites and Places zoning maps to guarantee their protection.
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By 1986, almost 2,000 historic districts (special land-use zones that overlay standard zoning maps) had been designated by local governments.
Zoning maps and block and lot maps are found in various forms in townships.
For more information about the Zoning Resolution, to view zoning maps, information on the land use review process, or obtain a form to mail-order the handbook, visit www.nyc.gov/planning.