The Studio offers a wealth of expertise in the management of relations between Public Administrations and private entities that intend to build on or develop land. This management involves resolving inherent issues surrounding all levels of urban planning and the executive aspects of construction works.
These cases regarding the use of land have a fundamental effect on the development of industry and businesses operating in tourism, services and commerce (see “Commerce”).
The legal advice we provide in this area generally comprises of the processing and stipulation of any necessary agreements. Furthermore, the Studio provides counsel in areas of expropriation proceedings concerning the implementation of every type of public intervention, in order to advise clients under expropriation.
Special focus is given to the regulations governing protected cultural, architectural and landscape amenities, which are comprised of not only the restraints aspect but also the recent public-private management models (such as PPPs between museum trusts and private entities, societies for the development of cultural amenities, etc.).