• Development Agreements Must Navigate a Changing Legal Landscape
  • August 14, 2003
  • Law Firm: Goodwin Procter LLP - Boston Office
  • Developers take pride in projects that are both profitable and good for the community. Local planners seek to shape and direct development to preserve a livable environment and promote the fiscal health of the community. Given these interests, it is not surprising that developers and planners frequently attempt to negotiate agreements to ensure that developers make profits and the community secures economic and other public benefits.