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Land Use and Zoning

Our land use and zoning attorneys are among the most knowledgeable in the region, and the scope of our land use and zoning practice, with experience in more than 120 jurisdictions throughout Long Island, New York City, Westchester and northern New Jersey, is perhaps the most far reaching and diverse in the state. 


We represent national telecommunication companies, retailers, service stations, banks, national franchises, developers and individuals with all aspects of their land use and zoning needs.

From commercial site plans to subdivisions, special use permits to variances, wetlands to architectural review, the Amato Law Group, PLLC has successfully handled land use and zoning matters of seemingly every nature and before nearly every board, committee and agency in every municipality throughout Long Island, New York City and Northern New Jersey.  We offer a full scope of service that begins with a zoning analysis, continues with applications, public hearings and permit procurement, and ends with a certificate of occupancy.
  

Our land use and zoning department is supplemented and complimented by our litigators, environmental lawyers and transaction attorneys, all of whom work together for the benefit of our clients. 


In addition to inter-departmental cooperation, our attorneys work regularly and closely with the most prominent engineers, architects, environmental consultants and other experts and professionals in the region.  These relationships benefit our clients and enable us to provide them with an unparalleled level of comprehensive support for all of their land use and zoning needs.

Zoning Analysis and Assessment
Site Plan Approvals

Building Permits

Major Subdivisions

Minor Subdivisions

Zone Changes

DEC Permitting and Compliance

Special Use Permits

Zoning Variances

Condemnation

Alienation

NEPA Compliance

SEQRA Compliance

Article 78 Proceedings

Easements

Covenants

Lot Line Modifications

Architectural Review Board Approvals

Historic Preservation

Wetlands Permits

Transfer of Development Rights

Local Waterfront Revitalization