Signature Land proudly announces the official opening of the Max Leggett Parkway on June 12th, 2014.
We see the preservation of the marshes and rivers that encompass the area as an important part of responsible development. Helping build a community to live and grow combined with environmental responsibility is a foundation for success. The marshes and riverfronts that make Florida beautiful and hold sensitive ecological biodiversity need the space to thrive even when they are not far from commercial or private development. They cannot be eliminated, ignored or disrespected for a quick profit.
Signature Land often has to cleanup natural areas that have been the victims of dumping. Some properties have pristine wetland areas where dumping has been going on for years The Signature Land crew will clean the area and then preserve those wetlands so they can’t be encroached upon.
Signature Land earns credits with their development permits for preserving sensitive wetlands or uplands where native species may thrive. This helps our company when we need to make marginal impacts in order to improve properties scheduled for development. The projects are often a blend of cleaned up, preserved ecological areas mixed with responsible land development. We make our development plan work to the greatest extent without impacting the wetlands.