Zoning & Land Use on Cape Cod



26 Upper County Road
P. O. Box 67
Dennisport, MA 02639

Tel: (508) 398-2221
Fax: (508) 398-1568


Areas of Practice

The Law Office of Singer & Singer, LLC provides services for businesses of all sizes - from national Fortune 500 companies to regional and local business owners, to local institutions, to build, redevelop, and expand existing commercial and nonprofit properties, including representation before the Cape Cod Commission for Developments of Regional Impact, Changes of Use, Hardship Exemptions and Projects of Community Benefit, and before the Commonwealth of Massachusetts for MEPA (Massachusetts Environmental Policy Act Unit) environmental reviews, MESA (Massachusetts Endangered Species Act) rare plant and wildlife reviews, MHC (Massachusetts Historical Commission) historic and archaeological reviews, and MHD (Massachusetts Highway Department) curb cut permitting reviews.

Our Attorneys appear regularly before the following municipal and regional administrative bodies on behalf of our clients for both development and redevelopment projects seeking special permits (for use and to extend or change pre-existing nonconforming uses or structures), variances, site plan approvals, subdivision approvals, wetlands orders of conditions, septic permits and comprehensive permits (for affordable housing), among other permits and approvals required to complete such projects:


Zoning Boards of Appeals Planning Boards
Site Plan Review Committees Boards of Health
Conservation Commissions Waterways Commissions
Historic District Committees Architectural Review Committees
Traffic Review Committees Licensing Boards


Cape Cod Commission (Regional Land Use and Regulatory Agency)
Old Kings Highway Regional Historic District Commission (Regional Historic District Regulatory Body)

The Law Office of Singer & Singer, LLC represents clients in connection with sales of property for conservation and open space purposes and with placement of conservation restrictions on such properties and in connection with the transfer of development rights.