Springfield Land Use & Zoning Attorneys
Providing Zoning Services for Residential & Commercial Clients
Lowther Johnson Attorneys at Law, LLC has extensive experience representing both residential and commercial clients in zoning matters. Our attorneys possess a high level of knowledge of the operations of local government. We represent clients before planning boards, zoning boards, and other governmental agencies and review bodies. If needed, we appear on behalf of clients in state and federal courts in land use, zoning, and related matters.
Land Use Matters in Missouri
If you need approval for a zoning variance or a construction permit, we can help. Our legal team can draft applications and petitions. We also file appeals after denial of a land use permit application. If you need experienced representation in any zoning or land use matter, contact us. Our firm has the experience and knowledge to work toward a resolution that meets your needs.
Representing Developers & Landowners
Our clients include developers, contractors, and entrepreneurs seeking to open new businesses. In addition to helping clients such as these apply for permits and zoning variances, we handle matters such as easements for road, water, sewer, and power lines. We also represent landowners hoping to subdivide property for development.
Because of our history of involvement in the community, our firm is well-positioned to represent clients on matters related to land use and zoning. We know the procedures required by the various agencies and boards. We also understand the different time limits on appeals imposed by each agency and commission.
Lowther Johnson Attorneys at Law, LLC regularly handles the following types of cases:
- Land use planning
- Planned unit development (PUD)
- Environmental impacts
- Plat and site plan applications
- Appeals of adverse zoning decisions
Turn to an Experienced Springfield Zoning Attorney Today
Zoning and land use issues can be complicated and challenging. Our knowledgeable legal team has the practical experience you need to navigate the governmental agency system and relevant processes. To learn more about how we can help, talk to one our attorneys about the specifics of your case.