Land Use & Governmental Law

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Three attorneys at Ciklin Lubitz & O’Connell, with many decades of combined experience, focus their practice on Florida land use and governmental law.  They regularly represent clients before the Palm Beach County Department of Planning, Zoning and Building, as well as other governmental bodies and administrative agencies.

Land Use, Zoning, and Governmental Law Matters

The firm guides commercial and residential developers, mall owners, and office and industrial park clients through all aspects of the land use approval and environmental permit application process, including:

  • Binding letters
  • Comprehensive plan amendments
  • Condemnation
  • Construction
  • Contract and bid approval
  • Developments of regional impact (DRI)
  • Licensing and permitting
  • Plan and franchise approval
  • Planned unit developments (PUDs)
  • Special exceptions
  • Subdivision approvals
  • “Sunshine” law
  • Variances
  • Zoning and rezoning

Florida Land Use and Zoning Attorneys

Managing Partner Alan Ciklin, who chairs the firm’s land use and governmental practice area, served as the director of the Palm Beach County Planning, Zoning and Building Department and deputy county attorney earlier in his career. He was also active in the development of Palm Beach County’s land use and zoning codes, as well as its Comprehensive Plan.

Partner Gregory Kino has 25 years of experience in representing local and national clients in land use, governmental, and real estate matters before local governmental agencies. He also represents public sector clients, including the Town of Juno Beach.

Contact a Florida Land Use and Zoning Attorney

Land use and zoning laws can be very complex. The land use and governmental law attorneys at Ciklin Lubitz & O’Connell have the experience and skills needed to address the broad spectrum of legal issues that may arise.

Contact Managing Partner Alan Ciklin to discuss a confidential matter regarding land use and governmental law in Palm Beach County or other areas in South and Central Florida.