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Zoning, Planning, and Land Use


Developing, expanding, and capitalizing on a real estate project requires expertise and experience for success. Our attorneys guide clients through the zoning, planning and land use entitlement process required for subdividing, developing and utilizing commercial and residential properties in New Hampshire. We assist clients of all sizes in a variety of matters, from large commercial organizations developing mixed use projects to individuals seeking to renovate lakefront property. We guide clients through each step of the process and frequently collaborate with architects, surveyors, engineers, and other professionals on project development issues.

  • Subdivision and site plan approval, including presentations to Planning Board, conservation commissions and other state and local regulatory bodies

  • Zoning variances, special exceptions and amendments, including advocacy before  zoning boards of adjustment

  • Wetlands and environmental permitting, including brownfields and hazardous waste remediation projects

  • Waterfront property matters, such as dock permits and shoreland protection compliance

  • Large-scale condominium and subdivision registration with the Attorney General’s office

  • Environmental risk identification and minimization

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