Archer & Greiner has been a leader in land use law and environmental permitting and regulatory compliance since the inception of those areas of the law. As government has expanded its legislation and regulation of the field, we have developed and maintained the capability to handle not only basic local subdivision, site plan, zoning, and planning issues, but also the permitting that county, regional, state, multi-state, and federal law can impose upon virtually any project.

Our Land Use and Environmental Permitting and Compliance Group has had extensive experience in obtaining permits, approvals and certifications from local planning boards and zoning boards; county boards; special regional and State agencies, such as the New Jersey Pinelands Commission, the Delaware River Basin Commission, the Delaware and Raritan Canal Commission, the New Jersey Meadowlands Commission, the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection, the New Jersey Department of Community Affairs, the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection and Federal agencies, such as the United States Army Corps of Engineers, the United States Fish and Wildlife Service, and the United States Environmental Protection Agency.