Coastal and Land Use Planning Lawyers
Coastal Florida offers great economic promise but also risk for developers. Coastal regulations and conflicting interests of conservation and commerce yield a dynamic legal environment. We know CAMA (Coastal Area Management Act) and its application in varied coastal communities.
Contact our land use attorneys for help with regulatory matters related to your development venture.
Coastal Land Use and Development
Our lawyers understand the often complex issues that arise during coastal land use and development project. We guide our clients through this often confusing process while carefully listening to individual needs and assessing the best way to meet them. We have successfully assisted numerous commercial and residential clients in the following matters related to coastal development:
- Development Regulations
- CAMA (Coastal Area Management Act)
- Riparian and Littoral Rights
- Seawalls and Bulkheads
- Administrative Appeals
- Violation Notices
- Storm Water Regulations
- Wetlands Contamination
- Boundary Disputes
- Quiet Enjoyment
- 1031 Exchanges
- Municipal Planning
In addition, our understanding of municipal law has made us an invaluable resource to cities and counties and the individuals and entities working through municipal channels to develop coastal areas. We regularly interact with planning boards, boards of aldermen, and county commissions, helping parties with development rights, zoning, and conditional use permits. We also handle riparian and water rights disputes—cases in which clients’ rights to reasonable use of coastal waters have been denied or infringed upon.
Let our experienced, professional team of land use attorneys assist you with your coastal development project by providing essential, effective legal presence.