The Land Use Strategies Difference
At Land Use Strategies, we develop and execute campaigns designed to win political, stakeholder and community support for your development project or issue. At the core of our strategy: controlling the message.
Letting others define your project, attack your brand, or spread false information (common strategies incorporated by opponents) can be a project killer. We will strengthen your project's narrative then target it to your supporters, to the media, and to the key decision-makers, mobilizing them to take action on your company’s behalf.
With over 30-years of political and land use experience, we understand that no two projects are the same. The politics, the issues, and the attitudes vary by each city, county and state. Our focus is to identify, engage and mobilize the right people to advocate for your project or issue.
DESIGN SPECIFIC COMMUNICATIONS STRATEGY
IDENTIFY AND ENGAGE TARGET AUDIENCE
BUILD COALITION OF SUPPORT
MOBILIZE SUPPORTERS TO TAKE ACTION
SECURE PROJECT PERMITTING AND ENTITLEMENTS
PROTECT BRANDING AND ENHANCE LOCAL PRESENCE
Land Use Strategies has a deep understanding and working knowledge of key state and federal environmental laws and requirements necessary to getting your project approved. We work in collaboration with your development team, lead agencies, and environmental consultants to develop messaging and public education campaigns relating to environmental matters such as:
California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA)
Environmental Impact Reports (EIR)
California Coastal Act
Washington State Environmental Protection Act (SEPA)
Environmental Impact Statement (EIS)
Washington Coastal Management Program
Oregon Environmental Impact Statements (EIS)
Oregon Coastal Management Program
National Environmental Impact Statements (NEPA)
Coastal Zone Management Act
Land Use Strategies is proud strategic partners with Burson Cohn & Wolfe and The Bowlby Group.