The principals at Platinum Partners bring over 60 years of combined experience assisting their clients in the areas of land use planning, permitting and consulting in both the private and public sectors. Their extensive knowledge and experience is what sets them apart in the industry.
Their experience has enabled them to assist their private sector clients with a broad range of services, including zoning and land use permitting, project management, feasibility studies, and regulatory analysis in order to help expedite the permitting process for their clients at the federal, state and local level.
What We Do
Platinum Partners provides its private sector clients with a variety of land use permitting and consulting services by using their extensive knowledge of zoning bylaws and land-use regulations to help their clients achieve their goals in a timely and cost-effective manner.
In addition, their knowledge and experience allows them to assist communities and other public sector clients to achieve their vision for sustainable growth and future development by reviewing and developing land-use regulations that meet the goals and objectives of their public sector clients. Platinum Partners prides itself on providing all of its clients with the highest level of professional service and expertise to help them achieve practical and common sense solutions to accomplish their goals and objectives.
Meet Our Team
Barry R. Crimmins
Attorney Crimmins has over thirty years experience in the areas of Real Estate Law, Land Use Planning and Development, and Municipal Permitting, where he has represented a wide variety of both residential and commercial developers.READ MORE
Noreen O’Toole is a veteran planner with over 30 years of experience in the public sector, as well as, being an urban development professional with experience in state and local government.READ MORE
Boston Globe | April 3, 2020
Should the state allow municipalities to charge an up to 2 percent real estate transfer fee to support housing?
There is no question a shortage of affordable housing exists in Massachusetts and while I’m generally in favor of any way to expand the supply, this proposed funding mechanism is not the way to go at this time.
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