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Land Use & Zoning in New Orleans and Southeast Louisiana

As a former member and President of the New Orleans Planning Commission for 8 years, Jane is uniquely positioned to be a strong advocate and aid companies, trade groups, non-profits, civic organizations, and individuals in navigating the legislative and regulatory bodies and processes. With her singular understanding of how government works, her particular strength is handling any all permitting, development, and compliance issues for clients seeking to locate and develop new sites, relocate an existing operation or expand their current site.

As a knowledgeable and skilled negotiator, Jane is able to produce results when dealing with local and state governments, including the Louisiana legislature, city councils, zoning boards and planning and redevelopment agencies, as well as federal agencies that regulate environmental and land use issues.

Jane provides services in areas such as:

  • Zoning and planning consulting and advocacy
  • Conditional use permits and variances
    Project permits/entitlements
  • Historic preservation
  • Development incentives
  • Redevelopment and adaptive reuse approvals
  • Eminent domain and inverse condemnation issues

Representing both private and public landholders and developers before city councils, county boards, state commissions and other local, state and federal administrative bodies, Jane has the public policy knowledge, skills, and contacts to serve those who seek her help.

If you have a challenging land use or zoning issue, contact Jane by e-mail or phone for a free consultation.