The Piper Group, Inc., et al. v. Bedminster Township Board of Supervisors, No. 75 MAP 2010, 2011 Pa. LEXIS 2333 (Pa. Sup. Ct. Sept. 28, 2011)

(case involves 15-year challenge to defendant's zoning rules which limited the number of homes that can be constructed in township's ag preservation district (a majority of the township); court holds that plaintiff (developer) not entitled to build approximately 350 homes on 400 acres of land in township; after constitutional challenge, defendant changed minimum lot size from one-acre to approximately .75 acres and the construction of one home for each two acres of land; state law and Municipalities Planning Code do not require specific plans submitted under a curative amendment challenge to be approved in their entirety if there is a finding of a defect in zoning rules). 

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