Adaltys advises private and public project leaders at all stages of their projects in the fields of urban planning and development in order to ensure their implementation in optimised and secure conditions.
The firm offers recognised expertise in regulatory urban planning law (authorisations and planning documents), in setting up and managing development operations (joint development zones (ZAC- Zone d'aménagement concerté), subdivisions, land divisions, development concessions), in commercial urban planning, expropriation and pre-emption.
Environmental issues are also taken into account: Adaltys offers recognised expertise in integrating these issues into urban planning and development projects, notably through environmental assessments, consultations and authorisations.
In order to offer operational support, Adaltys brings together multi-disciplinary teams located throughout the country to anticipate and deal with issues related to your project, in terms of real estate, construction or taxation, for example.
The firm also intervenes in litigation as well as during negotiations with the parties involved in a case, developing a strategic and efficient approach to each case entrusted to it.
Adaltys assists its clients with the help of synthetic and constructive documents (notes, procedure sheets and schedules) presenting operational solutions based on a substantiated legal analysis and an assessment of the associated risks.
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Urban planning authorisations
Audit of the legal feasibility of urban planning projects ;
Audit of applications for urban planning authorisations and commercial operations ;
Follow-up of instruction procedures and support for the issue of authorisations ;
Audit of issued urban planning and commercial exploitation authorisations;
Amendment, transfer and extension of issued authorisations ;
Transitional urban planning ;
Urban planning taxation.
Regulatory urban planning and development
Shoreline and mountain planning and protection ;
Elaboration, revision and compatibility of urban planning documents (intercommunal urban planning scheme (PLU(i)- Plan local d’urbanisme intercommunal), territorial coherence scheme (SCOT- Schéma de cohérence territoriale), municipal planning maps)
Audit of draft urban planning documents ;
Public interest projects.
Elaboration of procedural timetables for public or private projects, support and validation with competent authorities ;
Audit of the legal feasibility of development operations and identification of the legal set-up (joint development zones (ZAC- Zone d’aménagement concerté), housing estates, concessions and development mandates, urban partnership projects (PUP- Projets urbains partenariaux)) ;
Procedures for calls for projects and transfer of land charges ;
Partnership development project and major urban planning operations (PPA-Projet partenarial d’aménagement and GOU- Grande opération d’urbanisme);
Territorial revitalisation operations and contracts (ORT and CRT);
New tourist unit;
Financing of public facilities and development taxation (increased development tax, ZAC holdings, PUP agreements: study of possible options, audits of deliberations, negotiations) ;
Land and property
Setting up compulsory acquisition procedures (expropriation, pre-emption and priority rights);
Audit of Declaration of public utility dossiers (DUP- Déclaration d’utilité publique) and draft pre-emption decisions (urban pre-emptive right (DPU- Droit de préemption urbain)/ future development area (ZAD- Zone d’aménagement différé)) ;
Assistance during judicial proceedings: consulting on the assessment and during amicable negotiations, representation before the expropriation judge for the determination of compensation or price./li>
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Environmental assessment, impact study and agricultural preliminary study
Natura 2000 impact assessment
Law applicable to classified and listed sites and historical monuments
Law applicable to establishments open to the public (ERP-Établissements recevant du public)
Administrative litigation for urban planning authorisations and documents
Litigation for commercial exploitation authorisations
Civil urban planning litigation (compensation and demolition)
Criminal urban planning litigation (recording and regularisation of offences, interruption of works, representation before the criminal court and assistance with reconditioning)
Development law litigation (development contracts and decisions)