Resolving Zoning And Land-Use Issues Before They Become Unsolvable
In today’s climate of governmental regulations and restrictions, it is important that real estate developers have experienced local counsel who can navigate the morass of requirements necessary to complete a project successfully. At White, Cirrito, Nally & Lynch LLP, we have successfully represented many clients before towns, villages and boards of zoning appeals throughout Long Island, Queens and Brooklyn. These projects have included multiple-unit townhouses, lot subdivisions, industrial variances and condominium developments.
Experience And Knowledge That Makes A Difference
Our lawyers are knowledgeable in the use of local zoning codes and ordinances in towns and villages on Long Island, as well as with the local practices of the various municipal boards and planning commissions on Long Island. Michael L. Cirrito has appeared before numerous towns and villages in the area. James P. Nally also has extensive experience representing Long Island towns and village authorities.
Adept At Working With Local Land Use Boards
We have an excellent working relationship with the various land use and zoning agencies and municipal boards in the area, allowing us to work efficiently with them. We are skilled in guiding you through the entire land use and zoning approval process to help you attain the results you need.
You may often need to rely upon experienced land use attorneys in areas such as:
- Attending town board meetings
- Attending public zoning and variance hearings
- Making presentations to town boards and planning commissions
- Aggressive follow-up and tracking of the review process
- Representation at zoning boards of appeal
Our experienced lawyers will also represent you in all types of land use issues, such as:
- Zoning changes
- Site plans
- Architectural reviews
- Special permits
Knowledgeable Representation In Zoning Violation Cases
Clients with specific building or zoning violations and summonses need capable representation to protect their property rights, and we have experience in hundreds of such matters. Contact an experienced local land use attorney to learn about the options available to you rather than going it alone or capitulating in a zoning or code dispute. We may often be able to find reasonable solutions to your particular problems.