Land Use & Government Law
ShuffieldLowman’s land use and government law department is part of a team of attorneys that provides transactional, governmental relations and litigation services. Our expertise encompasses all facets of the development and construction process, including land use, zoning and subdivision approvals, licensing and permitting, and environmental review, among many other areas. Additionally, ShuffieldLowman has experience representing state and local governmental entities and quasi-governmental boards in a variety of capacities.
A successful development frequently requires assistance from a broad variety of professionals, along with close interaction with numerous governmental agencies. Whether it involves representing small developers or governmental entities, our attorneys understand the importance of teamwork and cooperation in advising public and private clients in the land use arena. We have a wealth of experience in the development process complementing our extensive understanding of Florida’s growth-management laws, and land-development rules and regulations established by state agencies and local governments.