Whether interested in establishing ordinances, or complying with laws intended to preserve historic properties, the staff of TNSDS has nearly 20 years of Alaskan experience working with regulations and codes intended to protect historic properties from being adversely affected by development.
Although legal consultation is not available through TNSDS, services include providing technical assistance and quality control to both public and private entities responsible for complying with federal, state, and local regulations aimed at preserving historic properties. It is the goal of TNSDS to help develop sustainable solutions that meet your project goals today, while ensuring the needs of future generations are met as well.
TNSDS also has experience working with local governments to establish ordinances that protect locally important historic sites, buildings, structures, objects, and districts.
Some of TNSDS regulation enforcement and compliance services include: