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Legal Representation For Landowners And Developers

Hamilton Weber LLC has a long history of representing individuals, businesses concerning a variety of development and land use matters. For real estate development of all kinds, navigating through the applicable rules and regulations of local governments and other political subdivisions can be complicated and time-consuming. Our attorneys guide a development project through the review process from initial meetings with government officials to final permitting and approval.

We frequently assist clients in obtaining land use entitlements relating to building regulations, zoning, signage, historic preservation, subdivision, variance procedures, conditional use permitting and other related matters.

In addition to representing individuals and local companies in this capacity, we also serve as local land use and entitlement counsel for large, multinational companies. We have extensive experience representing clients in front of governing and administrative bodies of local governments and political subdivisions throughout the metropolitan St. Louis region and Southwestern Illinois. Through this experience, we have gained insight into the common practices associated with these bodies that allow us to form cooperative relationships to help a client achieve their land use and development goals.

Meet Our Land Use Legal Team

Our lawyers handling zoning and land use issues include:

Our attorneys understand the importance of successfully handling all zoning and land use issues. Failure to secure the necessary approvals to develop and operate on a piece of land could be catastrophic for a client. We use our extensive knowledge and experience in land use and zoning law to ensure that our clients have the best possible chance of achieving their land use goals.

Contact Hamilton Weber LLC

Schedule a consultation with an experienced attorney from our firm. We represent clients in Missouri and Southwestern Illinois in all types of land use issues. Call us at 636-389-8964 or fill out our online contact form.