Anderson & Kreiger’s real estate attorneys counsel landowners and developers to establish land plans such as conservation restrictions and reciprocal easement arrangements. In this process, we help clients meet preservation and open space goals that are often a part of larger real estate transactions. We are experienced advisors with Chapter 61A issues and represent clients before state and local tribunals to achieve any explicit conservation goals associated with the permitting process.
Our Work for Public Clients
Land planning and conservation techniques are often desired by the Massachusetts towns that hire Anderson & Kreiger attorneys as Town Counsel. We serve many towns across the Commonwealth including Acton, Bedford, Belmont, Concord, Dover, Duxbury Ipswich, Lexington, and Winchester. In this very visible counsel role, our real estate attorneys handle multiple land planning and conservation matters, including multi-party transactions intended to accomplish conservation objectives.
Our Work for Private Clients
Anderson & Kreiger’s real estate attorneys work with our clients to achieve their important land planning and conservation goals. Oftentimes, we advise individuals and families in the creation of ownership structures for their family properties and craft complex agreements across several generations of families. We also routinely advise clients on preservation and conservation restrictions for their properties, including agricultural and horticultural restrictions.