No two real estate transactions or projects are identical. With a finely-tuned understanding of planning processes, and rigorous legal expertise that enables us to provide an unrivalled quality of service, Tadmor Levy & Co. is your partner.
Our department of 10 highly qualified attorneys is one of Israel’s leading practices in the field of planning and construction. We provide counsel to both the public and private sectors. From the very outset of a project, we advise governmental and private entities on statutory procedures for obtaining approvals of zoning and construction plans at all levels, including representation before various planning institutions and courts, expropriation proceedings, and transactions with the Israel Land Authority. We represented major clients in dozens of precedents in the field of planning and construction, including many of Israel’s most prominent cases.
In the public sector, we represent public authorities (such as the Israel Airports Authority), statutory corporations and municipal companies, as well as local planning and construction committees – acting either as internal legal advisers to the committees, or as external legal counsel. In the private sector, our firm provides comprehensive advice and legal representation to contracting companies, civil organizations or NPOs, and private developers.
Our diverse client base and years of experience in the field of planning and construction has led us to develop a number of areas in which we highly specialize. Among others, we represent clients in:
- All levels of planning processes, including national outline plans, regional plans and local and detailed plans.
- Services to plan developers, from initiation, throughout the various planning processes and up to approval of the plan.
- Hearings before planning institutions, including objections to plan approvals and easements.
- Licensing processes, construction in shared buildings, easements and divergent uses.
- Appeals submitted to appeals committees, including betterment surcharges and damages claims in accordance with Section 197 of the Planning and Construction Law.
- Petitions and appeals to the Administrative Court and the Supreme Court.
- Criminal and administrative matters, including indictments for unlawful construction and use, judicial and administrative closing orders, and demolition orders.