Whenever a new development is proposed, many people become involved in the process. Some developments get almost immediate approval, but others must run a gamut of trials and hearings before they can begin. When hearings are held, the project often ends up very different from the original plans. It might seem as if it is not worth the effort, but developers spend a great deal of time in the planning phase of any project and expect setbacks.
Many of the objections they face are economic, but the impact on any location can be enormous. The reason hearings are often held is due to the fact that input by current residents is part of how local governments work, but it can also be objections by concerned third parties that spur this type of action. Environmentalists are often the most vocal parties when it comes to developing any area, and developers must answer their questions satisfactorily before any project is given the necessary permits to move forward.
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