Land Use And Zoning Matters
Representation In Land Use And Zoning Matters
From seeking to expand operations to developing land for a hotel complex or a new mall, land use and zoning issues are often at the forefront. Working with an established law firm that understands both the local zoning board and this area of the law is of the utmost importance. Conway, Londregan, Sheehan & Monaco, P.C., has represented clients in zoning and land use matters since 1962. We have been involved in cases that have had both statewide and national significance, such as the Kelo v. City of New London case that dealt with the approval of a development plan designed to bolster an ailing economy. Our attorneys represent both municipal and individual real estate clients in the New London region and across the state.
Advising Clients In Transactional Matters
We provide representation to commercial clients during the purchase and title examination. Leveraging our past experience, we are able to identify potential issues related to the planned use for the property and current zoning regulations. Our attorneys have worked closely with corporations that have needed to expand their facilities, major hotel chains and other developers in some of the largest land deals in the area.
Our lawyers are also able to help individual homeowners. For example, we can assist with the application process for a special permit to obtain a variance to build a new sunroom or addition to a home.
We have the resources and past experience to fight a zoning or land use decision that impedes development or is not clearly supported by the law. Our seasoned litigators have not only been successful at the trial court level but have also obtained results for clients with appeals to the Connecticut Appellate Court and the Connecticut Supreme Court.
Whether expanding business operations in the New London region or considering a home improvement project, our experienced attorneys will assist with the zoning issues. Call us at 860-868-4952 or send the firm an email to schedule an appointment.