Environmental Review Attorneys Servicing Nassau and Suffolk County
Due to the New York State Environmental Quality Review Act (SEQRA), real estate development and expansion projects must go through an extensive environmental review process in order to be approved for various building and zoning permits.
The Long Island environmental review attorneys at Harras Bloom & Archer LLP work with commercial, industrial and residential real estate developers to make sure that building plans and real estate investment opportunities comply with the regulations in place so that projects can get up and running expeditiously and confidently.
The firm assesses and takes action in various aspects of development projects as they relate to environmental reviews and SEQRA impact statements in Long Island and the New York metropolitan area, including the potential impact on:
- The character of a community
- Shared roads and highways
- Geological, archaeological and biological matters in the area, such as the affect on wildlife
- Local school districts
- Air quality, water quality, soil quality and other natural resources
The primary goal of representation in environmental reviews is to help clients protect their investments and ensure that projects are not delayed or interrupted due to compliance issues with SEQRA and other environmental regulations. Success in this complex area of law requires not only a thorough understanding of the client’s goals, but also a keen awareness of how those goals can be achieved while complying with pertinent legislation.
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