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Coastal Development and Land Use Planning

OnDemand Webinar (91 minutes)

This OnDemand Webinar will provide analysis of laws applicable to coastal development and land use planning. We will look at analytic materials; an analysis of a worst-case scenario, which includes combinations of all of the laws and all of the usual suspects engaged in permitting processes (including not only governmental entities, but those objecting); and provide guidelines, which may enable solutions. While not every coastal development includes every conceivable problem that can be encountered, by pulling together various laws applicable, and the worst-case scenario, you will be provided with valuable tools to handle a multitude of situations. This program will help not only attorneys but also those involved in the developing and consulting and any other capacity in connection with such projects (whether governmental or even included in the opposition). One of the objectives of the program is to show how there can be “win-win” situations by appropriate analysis, negotiations and adjustment.

Authors

Christy J. Brush, Coastal Systems International
Robert S. Fine, AIA, Greenberg Traurig, P.A.
Joseph Z. Fleming, Esq., Greenberg Traurig, P.A.

Agenda

Laws That Are Applicable to Coastal Development and Land Use Planning

  • Federal Laws: the Federal Laws to Be Analyzed Will Include the Following:

- National Environmental Policy Act

- The Clean Water Act

- The Endangered Species Act

- The Coastal Barrier Resources Act

- FEMA

- Other Federal Laws That May Relate to Conditions That Can Be Impacted --Such as Air Quality, Historical and Archeological Resources.

  • State Laws Used for State Permitting
  • Regional Laws Including Laws Which May Relate to Beach Fronts, Coastal Zones, Wetland Habitats, Aquatic or Other Water Resources and Preserves That May Be Impacted
  • Local Government and U.S. Supreme Court Decisions on 'Takings' and Developing Case Law Which May Have Impacts
  • Common Law Theories

Worst-Case Scenario-Case Studies Showing How the Combinations of Natural Resources When Added to Human Resources and Various Issues Create the Permitting and the Litigation Processes That Should Be Evaluated and Anticipated

Suggested Solutions

  • Analysis Evaluating the Laws, Subject Matters That May Be Impacted or Regulated or Controlled by the Laws, the Human Environment and the Resulting Combinations
  • Analysis of Technological Developments, Which Provide Potential Solutions That Have Never Been Available Before to Resolve Issues or to Provide Information Which Makes for Better Choices
  • Analysis of Strategy for Planning and Permitting