I have personal experience: This may be difficult.
You’re assuming: Hey, it’s unused land! Why not put it to use?
They might be thinking: If we piss off the neighborhood long enough, they’ll get desperate and let us develop it the way we want. That’s what happened in my neighborhood. The landowner stalled for several years, kicking everybody off the land, refusing to allow businesses or anyone else to use it. (This was very valuable property.) The owner caused significant damage to the community, trying to get his way. There are people, especially big businessmen, who don’t give a damn about anyone or anything. If that’s your situation, you’re hosed.
On the other hand, maybe the the current owners will listen to sweet creative reason.
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