Dallas
214.745.5264 Direct
214.745.5390 Fax
bwilliams@winstead.com

Brad focuses his real estate practice on municipal regulatory and entitlement matters with an emphasis on zoning, subdivision, and permitting. Using a thorough and practical approach, Brad navigates clients through the nuances of the entitlement process.

Brad routinely assists clients with all aspects of the zoning change process in cities throughout the D/FW region. This representation often encompasses start-to-finish project management, from entitlement due diligence to oral argument before the Planning & Zoning Commission and City Council.

In addition to Brad’s zoning work, which includes familiarity with the intricacies of form-based codes, he also has experience in the following areas of land-use and real estate development:

  • Platting/Subdivision
  • Permitting 
  • Board of Adjustment Appeals
  • Vested Rights
  • Impact Fees
  • Annexation
  • Development Agreements
  • Code Enforcement Defense
  • Rough Proportionality Appeals
  • Special Districts
  • Signage

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