Land Use, Planning And Zoning
Connecticut Leaders On Land Use Issues
Gregory and Adams, P.C., is well-known by boards, commissions, businesses, developers and individuals throughout the region for its leadership in handling sensitive development issues involving subdivisions, wetlands and open space.
We can manage all aspects of your land use pursuits, including:
- Town/city approvals: We obtain all necessary land development approvals from town and city municipal agencies, including planning, zoning, and wetlands approvals and ensure compliance with all applicable laws and regulations.
- Federal/state approvals: We obtain all necessary land development approvals from federal and state agencies, and ensure compliance with federal and state laws and regulations.
- Appeals: We prosecute appeals on behalf of clients who have had an application denied by federal, state or municipal agencies. We also represent clients in appeals of newly enacted regulations.
- Land use analysis: We conduct “due diligence” on properties to advise clients on how to best maximize the use of land and remain in compliance with federal, state and municipal regulations.
Land use and development in Connecticut is a complex and animated domain in real estate. There are exceptions to almost every rule, and each situation is unique. Our land use attorneys Casey Healy and Jim Murphy have decades of experience representing land owners and developers, serving on local land use boards, representing local municipalities, and negotiating settlements of land use disputes. We are experienced in a broad range of development issues, including:
- Zone changes
- Text changes
- Conservation easements
- Wetlands permitting
- Parking requirements
- Traffic impacts
- Water supply
- Storm water management
- Septic and waste water systems
- Nonconforming uses
- Special Permits
- Site plan approvals
- Land swaps
Wise Counsel About Land Use And Development
Zoning designations controlling the location and use of buildings or open land may arise under municipal zoning, subdivision and inland wetland regulations. Changing the existing use or altering a structure may or may not require a permit.
Our land use, planning and zoning team provides your business the ability to work closely with our litigators on land use appeals, eminent domain proceedings and other land use litigation.
We Sustain The Vitality Of Your Project
Administrative processes can delay or tangle up the profitability of your business and that is where our lawyers step in the gap for you.
At Gregory and Adams, P.C., we take the guesswork out of the equation and can answer your questions about land use, planning and zoning interests. Located in Wilton, you may contact our office at 203-529-1742 for a free initial consultation with an attorney. Alternatively, send us an email.