Community development and infrastructure

Community development and infrastructure projects are characterized by the fact that they raise issues that often span many different areas of law. In many cases, the end customer, the client, is a public party and the procurement and implementation of the project must take place within the framework of and with regard to the regulations that apply to the public sector.

Our lawyers have a great interest in urban development issues and several of the lawyers have extensive experience of advising both public and private actors in connection with both very large and small urban development and infrastructure projects.

We can offer teams with specialists in, among other things:

  • Real estate and environmental law
  • Construction law
  • Water and sanitation related issues
  • Commercial contract law
  • Public procurement
  • Municipal law and other administrative law
  • Dispute resolution

Lawyers working with community development and infrastructure: