Detailed Environmental and Land Use Advice from A Committed New Haven Area Law Firm
Legal issues relating to your property, your company, or a planned development project can be very complicated. Complex environmental law or land use issues should be addressed with the assistance of a knowledgeable lawyer who understands the law and the best strategies for pursuing resolutions.
At the DeChello Law Firm, we offer experienced environmental law and land use representation to clients in the New Haven area. Our goal is to take an otherwise technical area of the law and simplify the process in a manner that is easy to understand. With more than 25 years of experience, we have the knowledge, experience, and skill needed to help you pursue favorable resolutions to your unique legal concerns.
We Represent Clients in A Number of Environmental and Land Use Issues
We represent developers, businesses, investors, lenders, neighborhoods, and homeowners with a wide range of environmental law and land use concerns, including:
Environmental compliance: Strict state and federal regulations govern the actions of companies, developers, and other entities as they relate to the impact their actions have on the environment. We assist entities involved in environmental compliance and litigation over violations of environmental law.
Land development issues: Developers, investors, and property owners face a number of hurdles during the land development process. We offer advice on the many steps in applying for and gaining approval for land development permits.
Zoning issues: Our firm offers advice on a wide range of zoning issues, including ordinance creation and amendments to current zoning ordinances, special permits, as well as land-use planning.
Variances: We provide detailed guidance to property owners and those opposed to zoning variances and special use permits.
Boundary disputes: Disputes between neighboring property owners can quickly become heated legal matters. We offer advice on boundary disputes stemming from a wide range of situations, including arguments over lot lines, tree overgrowth, and fences.
Call or contact us online to discuss your specific environmental law or land use concerns.