Environmental and planning law

Knowledge of environmental and planning law is indispensable in project or area development; property projects cannot do without the combined knowledge of 'government regulations' and traditional property law. Environmental law consists of many different subfields, such as planning and zoning law, water law, nature conservation law, losses resulting from government planning decisions, and decentralised environmental and planning law. This is something to consider in every property project. We understand the connection between the various subfields and can clearly identify all the pitfalls and alternatives for you.