A developer’s first opportunity to challenge the standing of an objector before Philadelphia’s zoning board was in the objector’s appeal to the trial court, not at the board hearing, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruled in Scott v. City of Phila., Zoning Bd. of Adjustment
By order dated July 2, 2015, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court adopted an amendment to Pennsylvania Rule of Civil Procedure 227.1 to address when a motion for post-trial relief is necessary to preserve issues resolved by a trial court in a remanded matter.
Recent amendments to Pa.R.A.P. 1513 have changed the requirements for the contents of an appellate jurisdiction petition for review.