Rosa María Ivars is specialized in public law. She advises public and private entities on town planning issues (permits and licenses, zoning, sanctioning…), environmental law (including water, coastal law, waste, mining permits and environmental assessments), as well as on public procurement contracts, sanctioning procedures, liability, subsidies and public property.
She has worked at the public sector, in managerial legal positions for public administrations in Spain during 12 years and is Associate Professor at the University of Valencia, where she lecturers on national and European constitutional law.
Rosa María has a degree in law from the University of Valencia.
Ale Hop: Advice, planning and coordination of the Urban Development Project to implement a new logistics warehouse (45,000 m2) located in Bellreguard (Alicante).
Municipality of Piles (Valencia): Advice on environmental and planning issues related to the “Plan Parcial” (town planning regulation) of the Piles beach in relation with the “PATIVEL”.
Photovoltaic Solar Farms: Advice on procedure to implement photovoltaic solar farms on undeveloped land of the province of Valencia.
Albufera of Valencia: On legal tools to reflect tertiary activities (of commercial nature) in the natural resources ordinance plan in the Albufera of Valencia.
Mas&Mas Supermarkets: Advice on town planning and environmental features of several sites aimed at erecting the envisaged logistic facilities.