Brody Wilkinson’s Real Estate Group represents developers, corporations, non-profits, municipalities, state agencies, private homeowners and neighborhood groups in a broad spectrum of land use issues. We prepare applications, petitions and denials for clients and appear before all zoning and land use authorities, including municipal boards, inlands wetland boards, coastal area management boards, planning and zoning commissions and historic district commissions.
We assist clients in issues related to:
- Coastal wetlands
- Communications towers
- Permit applications
- Site plans
- Zoning changes
Representative matters include:
Representation as local counsel to an out-of-state purchaser of a multi-million dollar commercial property in connection with extensive zoning matters.
Representation of an estate throughout all aspects of a complex subdivision involving the negotiation and documentation of a common driveway/right-of-way agreement and an agricultural easement.
Representation of not-for-profit developer of specialized housing on application to zoning board of appeals.
Representation of not-for-profit owner of apartment building in connection with cell phone antenna leases.
Representation of homeowner in opposition to application to Connecticut Siting Council for proposed siting of cell phone tower.
Representation of homeowner before conservation commission in connection with illegal filling of wetlands by neighbor.
Representation of homeowner in successfully arguing for a variance in connection with substantial renovations to the property.
Representation of coastal property owners in connection with issues such as flood insurance, beach zone district requirements and variances.
Representation of homeowners in settling boundary disputes and adverse possession claims with neighbors through licenses and easements.