Agustín León González

Agustín León González
Seville
Professional
AREAS:
  • Local Law Practice
  • Public Law
  • Regulated Sectors
  • Urban Planning and Enviromental Law
Tel. +34 954 99 02 83
Fax +34 954 45 96 00
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QUALIFICATIONS

Degree in Law from the University of Seville (1994-1999), specialising in Public Law.

Masters in Land Management and Development Policy from the Carlos III University of Madrid (2000-2001).

CURRENT PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

He joined Montero Aramburu Abogados in 2002.

He was a lawyer at the law firm Cuatrecasas Abogados from 2001 to 2002.

He has given courses on Town Planning Law.

He has experience in advising both public authorities and individuals in the drafting of all types of land planning instruments.

He assists both property owners and land development companies in the implementation of various land development schemes, due diligences, town planning regulations, obtaining licences, authorisations and permissions, compulsory purchase proceedings and feasibility studies for land development and real estate transactions.

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Advanced Diploma (Curso Técnico Superior) in Land Management (CEA).

Diploma (Curso Técnico) in Land Planning and the Environment (CEA).

Professor on the Masters in Legal Practice of the Loyola University Andalusia.

Comentarios a la Ley de Gestión Integrada de la Calidad Ambiental de Andalucía”. (“Notes on the Integrated Environmental Quality Management Law of Andalusia”). Collective work. Co-author. Publisher: Thomson Aranzadi-Montero Aramburu Abogados. 2008. ISBN 978-84-8355-863-8.

“Los Convenios Urbanísticos de Planeamiento tras la Ley 13/2005” (“Land Planning Agreements after Law 13/2005”), in Revista Construcción Andalucía (Construction Law Journal), issue no. 29, Sept-Oct. 2006.

La sustitución en metálico del 10% del aprovechamiento” (Cash payment in lieu of 10% of land use”), in Revista Construcción Andalucía (Construction Law Journal), issue no. 35, Sept-Oct. 2007.

Daños Morales: Una visión Multidisciplinar” (“Moral Damages: A Multidisciplinary Vision”, in Economist & Iuris. April 2011.

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