Luis Jiménez-Díaz focuses his practice on real estate law, contracts and project management, urban planning, and construction issues in general, administrative procedures, and tax law. Luis has extensive experience in negotiating with Spanish governmental authorities and in public procurement. Luis represents clients in the development of urban planning and reorganization, construction contracts, preparing, drafting and processing of documents, zoning, land and property qualification, as well as refurbishment, construction, and extension processes. He also advises clients on international agreements and environmental issues and contractually advises private developers and investment funds on major transactions from the initial phase, through development, and up to completion.
Luis has advised numerous international and multinational funds in relation to the analysis of their investments for the refurbishment of buildings in Spain and new urban transformation projects, including obtaining all the required permits before the Public Administration.
Luis was a lecturer at the Instituto de Empresa and director of the advanced program in Urban Planning, Construction and Environment. From October 2002 to February 2004, he held the position of general manager of the Management Committee of Parque de Valdebebas, a residential and commercial development project in Madrid. Luis is also a member of the academic board of FIDE (Foundation for Research on Law and Enterprise).
- November 2017
AJA ACTUALIDAD JURÍDICA - "Medidas para una actividad inmobiliaria adaptada a los nuevos tiempos"
- 29 de marzo, 2016
Desayuno con el Presidente de la Comisión Nacional de los Mercados y la Competencia (CNMC)
- Instituto de Empresa Madrid (Master's in Tax 1991); Complutense University of Madrid (Master's in Economics and Law 1990; Law Degree 1988)
- Member 45217 of the Madrid Bar Association
Chambers Europe (2015-2023) — Planning: "He's solely focused on this area, so technically he is strong. He is a specialist on planning."
The Legal 500 EMEA (2021-2023) — Real Estate and Construction
Best Lawyers (2018-2024) — Real Estate Law, Land Use and Zoning Law, Planning
- Spanish, English