Effective land use representation requires both a thorough knowledge of the relevant legal, intergovernmental, and political environments, as well as a practical, results-oriented approach. Our lawyers help clients navigate the dynamic regulatory environment surrounding land use, planning, and zoning issues related to the construction, financing, acquisition, disposition, and management of real estate projects.
Our lawyers are also knowledgeable, often active in business and local governmental affairs, and have the breadth of experience that enables them to coordinate each project in a manner best suited to the client’s needs. We represent experienced developers, as well as those facing land use challenges for the first time. Many of our lawyers are LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) accredited professionals. LEED is an internationally recognized certification system developed by the U.S. Green Building Council to promote design and construction practices that will reduce the negative environmental impacts of buildings and improve occupant health and well-being.