Zoning Appeals

The McLaughlin Brothers law firm has experience in connection with zoning, governmental and litigation processes involved in the improvement, development and use of real property including properties and projects relating to the residential retail, office, industrial and other uses of land. We have represented landowners, developers and builders in all phases of land use. This includes zoning, re-zoning, variances, special permits such as conditional use permits, development plans, and building permit issues. We represent clients before administrative bodies such as planning commissions, architectural review boards and city councils. 

Our attorneys have experience representing clients on nearly all aspects of land use law, including:

  • Site acquisition
  • Land use and environmental due diligence
  • Planning, zoning and subdivision regulation
  • Project permits and approvals from local, state and federal regulatory agencies
  • Growth Management Act compliance
  • Shorelines and wetlands regulation
  • Environmental remediation and cost recovery
  • Water quality and water resources
  • Land use litigation before administrative boards and all levels of judicial review, including the Superior Court, Court of Appeals and the Supreme Court