|Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck's land use attorneys and in-house planners have substantial experience in issues relating to the California Coastal Act and the California Coastal Commission, viewed by many people as the most powerful land use regulatory agency in the state. The Commission has policy-making and permitting authority over the vast majority of California’s coastal areas (Coastal Zone), and nearly every development project of any significance in the Coastal Zone will come before the Coastal Commission. |
Our attorneys and planners have many years of experience in securing permits from the Coastal Commission for our clients (both private property owners and developers and public agencies pursuing infrastructure projects), and in litigating against the Commission when the circumstances warrant. With San Diego, Orange County, Los Angeles, and Santa Barbara offices near the Coastal Zone and a Sacramento office at the center of state politics, Brownstein is well situated to provide the legal advice and political advocacy required for coastal property owners and developers considering pursuing projects anywhere in California’s Coastal Zone.
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