Attorneys in East Hampton Assisting with New York Zoning Law
Facilitating projects and protecting land use rights in The Hamptons for four decades
Property owners and developers across Long Island face significant land use and property rights challenges. From zoning and environmental constraints to water rights and historic preservation, the state’s regulatory statutes and ordinances are extremely complex and restrictive.
The land use and zoning practice at Ackerman, Pachman, Brown & Goldstein, LLP enables clients to move a project from conception through approval, including obtaining required permits.
Guiding projects through the regulatory maze
The firm’s attorneys regularly appear before municipal boards throughout the South Fork of Long Island. Each Hamptons zoning attorney at the firm attends town and village board meetings and public hearings, making client presentations and pushing aggressively to ensure that the approval process moves forward expeditiously.
Problems are identified and resolutions sought early in the process. The firm maintains excellent working relationships with governmental departments and agencies that largely control the review and approval of development projects.
Ackerman, Pachman, Brown & Goldstein, LLP is well-versed in residential zoning law in The Hamptons, as well as in regulations and local practice. We consistently achieve favorable results on behalf of clients.
The firm regularly obtains special-use permits, variances, zone changes and other approvals necessary to achieve desired yield and density or to otherwise implement unique design features of a project. As a result of the firm’s experience and track record, we represent an impressive list of well-respected, high-net-worth home owners, local developers and national firms.
Practical advice. Aggressive advocacy.
Connect with Ackerman, Pachman, Brown & Goldstein, LLP to harness the drive of a credentialed New York zoning law firm. Property owners and developers trust our firm for comprehensive, effective strategies that respect their goals and financial stakes.