What happens if what I want to do with my property is different than what the plan shows?

No plan, however thorough, can foresee every aspect of the future nor can it always predict the best way to respond. However, the presumption should always be that the plan is right unless new information can be shown that a different future for a piece of property makes more sense. You will always have the right to demonstrate how what you envision with your property is better for Belmont. Keep in mind, though, that the plan is an aspirational guide that will require interpretation and enforcement through the Land Development Code and other regulatory policies. By itself, it has no force of law.

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