Our Team Can Help You Win Your Virginia Waterfront Land Development Case
Leading Virginia Waterfront Land Development Legal Services
Jim Lang Waterfront Law, a division of Pender & Coward, is the only law firm in Virginia with a dedicated, four-attorney, riparian property rights law team. Waterfront land development requires compliance with a wide range of environmental laws, which can make land development complicated. Jim Lang’s advanced legal degree in environmental law has helped him acquire an extensive knowledge to help clients with their waterfront land development legal issues.
Our leading waterfront law team has handled cases involving the Endangered Species Act, Compensation and Liability Act (CERCLA), Virginia Coastal Primary Sand Dunes and Beaches Act, the Chesapeake Bay Preservation Act, and more. These cases have helped us gain much experience, which has allowed us to better understand the in’s and out’s of waterfront land development cases. Additionally, we have handled compliance issues associated with the Virginia Coastal Primary Sand Dunes and Beaches Act and the Chesapeake Bay Preservation Act.
If you have any questions or concerns involving waterfront land development and the environmental laws surrounding it, contact our legal team. We are ready to help you handle the complicated requirements of waterfront land development.
Our Waterfront Law Team’s Waterfront Land Development Case Experience
Our leading waterfront law team has extensive knowledge and understanding of a variety of environmental laws, which allows us to successfully handle new resident construction, hazardous waste cleanup, and more.
Other potential waterfront land development cases include, but are not limited to:
- Rebuilding residential homes on waterfront property that was previously blocked by Chesapeake Bay Preservation Act
- Negotiating hazardous waste cleanup at contaminated property to preserve the ability to rezone the property to allow residential construction
- New residential construction on waterfront property that was blocked by Endangered Species Act
Recent Waterfront Land Development Case Victory
At Jim Lang Waterfront Law, we have extensive experience handling waterfront land development cases and protecting our clients’ riparian rights.
Our experienced riparian rights legal team has handled cases involving new residential construction on waterfront property that was blocked by the Endangered Species Act issues (tiger beetle) and rebuilding residential homes on waterfront property and landscaping new residential waterfront property that was blocked by the Chesapeake Bay Preservation Act. We’ve also negotiated hazardous waste cleanup at contaminated property in a way that preserved the ability to rezone the property to allow residential construction and assisted waterfront property owners whose goal of building a pier at their waterfront property was blocked by the Virginia Marine Resources Commission and more.
We Protect your Waterfront, Maritime, and Environmental Rights
30 years of experience
We win cases for our clients
We live and work in Virginia
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We Fight For Our Clients All Across Virginia
Although no two cases are alike, click on the links above to see examples of our work helping Virginians in the waterways of Virginia. We’re standing by and ready to help navigate your unique situation - Schedule Your Consultation Now.