Land Use - Transactional

Transactional elements are often critical to the successful entitlement and implementation of projects. Miller Starr Regalia attorneys have significant experience in this regard, including, among others, the following:

  • Land use due diligence and related purchase and sale/lease agreements
  • Development agreements
  • Exclusive right to negotiate agreements
  • Disposition and development agreements
  • Subdivision improvement agreements
  • Infrastructure/cost sharing agreements
  • Utility capacity allocation arrangements
  • Fee credit/reimbursement arrangements
  • Various mitigation agreements (agricultural conversion, biological resources, schools)

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December 2, 2022

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.