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Tadmor Levy & Co.
TEL AVIV 6701101

Work Department

  • Real Estate, Zoning and Construction
  • Administrative Law and Regulation
  • Energy and Natural Resources
  • Infrastructure


Head of Zoning (Real Estate)


Shoam has extensive experience representing and advising both governmental and private entities on infrastructure projects. She specializes in the legal aspects of the process of obtaining approvals for a wide variety of Master Plans at the local, regional and national levels, as well as in local licensing procedures, involving all levels of Israeli zoning authorities.

Shoam also has experience in representing all types of clients in objection proceedings as part of the zoning process. Shoam specializes in representing infrastructure companies and governmental companies in legal proceedings related to land expropriation and compensation with respect thereto and represents clients in all types of proceedings before the Israel Land Authority.

Shoam has wide experience in litigation and dispute resolution in all aspects of her fields of expertise.

Before joining the firm, and for ten years, Shoam was the head of the Planning and Construction and Administrative practice group at Charcon, Ben-Ami, Asher & Co. & Neeman, Keinan & Co.




Israel Bar Association


2005 | University of Haifa | LLB
2005 | University of Haifa | BA (Psychology)

Lawyer Rankings

Israel > Planning and zoning

Tadmor Levy & Co‘s practice represents developers and investors engaged in high-value residential and commercial projects, including major urban renewal developments. The team also has the capabilities to advise local municipalities on various zoning and planning matters. Sigal Shapira acts for individuals, contractors, financiers and companies on all aspects of construction projects, from land acquisitions through to the sale of units. Shoam Keren is particularly notable for her expertise assisting clients with obtaining approvals for master plans across Israel.

Israel > Real estate: urban renewal

Tadmor Levy & Co‘s team advises developers and property owners on all types of urban renewal initiatives, including Pinui Binui and Tama 38 projects and mixed-use developments, and acts for banks on the financing of NOP 38 projects. Sigal Shapira is adept at advising on the life cycle of urban renewal projects. She is leading a team that is advising a joint venture consisting of Mishab Housing Construction & Development and Y.H. Dimri Construction and Development, which is involved in the construction of 528 residential units in four towers situated in Givatayim. Shoam Keren acts for public and private companies, on the planning and zoning components of urban renewal projects.