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The California Land Use & Development Law Report
Legal Commentary on Planning and Development

We’ve posted articles to our California Land Use & Development Law Report on a development that we think will be of interest to you. Our report publishes articles on recent legal and policy developments in the field of land use, environmental impact review, and permitting, and presents an easy way to keep current. You can choose to subscribe so that you don’t miss a single article.

Port Master Plan Conflicted with Coastal Act Goals
A core principle of the California Coastal Act is to maximize public access to the coast, including recreational opportunities in the coastal zone. The Court of Appeal determined that the Coastal Commission acted within its authority in rejecting an amendment to a port master plan as inconsistent with this principle. San Diego Unified Port Dist. … Continue Reading

Recent Articles:
Possibility that Zoning Standards Might Be Violated in Final Design Did Not Mandate EIR at Tentative Map Stage
CEQA Project Baseline Should Not Have Been Set Prior to Demolition of Historic Structure
Seven-Year Extension of Diablo Canyon Lease Held Exempt from CEQA
Federal Appeals Court Rejects Challenges to Newhall Ranch EIS and Section 404 Permit
Development Agreements Cannot Be Adopted By Initiative
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