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Adv Ronen Yardeni

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Hamburger Evron & Co. Law Offices & Notaries

Work Department

Projects And Infrastructure, Real Estate and Litigation.

Position

Adv. Ronen Yardeni is a partner at Hamburger Evron & Co., and a leading partner in the firm's projects and infrastructure, real estate and litigation departments and a member of the executive board of the firm.

Career

Ronen provides clients with legal advice in the field of projects and infrastructure and holds an expertise in renewable energy, including building and maintaining electric facilities based on solar energy in Israel and Europe. In addition, Ronen specializes in civil litigation, especially in real estate and planning & zoning as well as consultation and representation of major corporations in the Israeli economy.

Languages

Hebrew & English

Member

Israel Bar Association.

Education

LL.B (with honors), Faculty Of Law, Tel Aviv University B.A, Economics, Tel Aviv University


Israel

Planning and zoning

Within: Planning and zoning

Hamburger Evron & Co. Law Offices & Notaries acts for real estate developers across the full spectrum of planning and zoning mandates in significant real estate developments, transport infrastructure and energy projects. Jointly led by Haim Waintrob and Ronen Yardeni, the department advises Shikun & Binui Real Estate Development on the planning aspects of a number of major projects; this has recently included the establishment of a new neighbourhood in Kiryat Ata, which will include approximately 6,000 residential units. Further, Yardeni advises EDF-EN Israel and Shikun & Binui Renewable Energy on planning and licensing procedures throughout Israel in relation to the client's renewable energy projects. Also of note, the team is advising a joint venture comprising Shikun & Binui and The Meshulam Levinstein Group on the planning of a new commercial and residential centre in the area of Tel Aviv Central Station. Moreover, the firm has experience in betterment levy challenges, and acts for a number of construction companies in relation to planning procedures arising from the clients' participation in the government's affordable housing programme, Mechir Lamishtaken. Amnon Sorek is another key contact.

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Real estate: urban renewal

Within: Real estate: urban renewal

Hamburger Evron & Co. Law Offices & Notaries is most active in complex TAMA 38 projects and acts for a number of prominent real estate entrepreneurs and tenant associations. A key figure in the team is Itay Chelouche, who is advising developers such as Rotem Shani, Shikun & Binui Real Estate Development and Kardan Real Estate on dozens of TAMA projects comprising thousands of residential units; he is also advising various groups of tenants on TAMA projects in cities across Israel, including Herzliya, Ramat Gan, Tel Aviv, Givatayim and Hod HaSharon. Additionally, Chelouche is advising Netanel Group on a 500-unit urban renewal project in Bat Yam and also on a 300-unit project in Givatayim. Also recommended are Dor Shacham, who is advising Oranim Projects on a large-scale urban renewal project in Ramat HaSharon, and Ronen Yardeni, who is acting for Metropolis (PAE) 2011 Urban Enterprises in relation to a 1,000-unit project in Tel Aviv.

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