aménagement du territoire

Spatial planning


Switzerland has a population of 9 million in a small area almost two-thirds of which is covered by mountains. These geographical constraints make land a rare commodity. As a result, land has to be planned. Spatial planning can have major consequences both for the public authorities responsible for this prerogative and for the citizens who suffer the consequences.


The firm assists both public authorities and individuals affected by spatial planning measures, helping them to take the legal steps necessary to defend their rights, particularly in the process of resizing the building zone that is currently underway and the legal consequences that this may have (dezoning, value-added tax, expropriation).

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