Land Use - Entitlement

Miller Starr Regalia attorneys are skilled at handling every aspect of the entitlement and administrative appeal process in jurisdictions throughout California. Among others, Miller Starr Regalia routinely advises clients on the following areas:

  • CEQA
  • NEPA
  • General plans, specific plans, and zoning
  • Subdivision Map Act
  • Local government
  • Exactions, dedications, and fees
  • Initiatives and referenda
  • LAFCO/boundary changes
  • Special district formation (CFD, GHAD, CSA)
  • Vested rights
  • Water supply and other infrastructure
  • Density bonus
  • Prevailing wage
  • Natural resources
  • Eminent domain and takings
  • Mitigation Fee Act
  • Permit Streamlining Act
  • Public Records Act
  • Brown Act
  • Coastal Act

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In a landmark victory for housing rights and state housing law, California Court of Appeal rules in favor of the Terraces of Lafayette

In a major victory for housing rights statewide, the First District Court of Appeal issued a unanimous ruling on November 30 upholding the project approvals and CEQA review and rejecting in full Save Lafayette’s lawsuit challenging the Terraces of Lafayette, a 315-unit apartment community by O’Brien Land Company.  After nearly 10 years of processing and 120 public hearings, the Lafayette City Council finally approved the project by a 4-1 vote in August 2020.