Mediation and Consensus-Building for Urban Renewal Projects

Mosaica provides mediation and consensus-building services specifically designed to remediate issues related to urban renewal, neighbor relations, real-estate developers, municipal departments, and others. Mosaica also offers special courses dedicated to addressing residents’ needs and provide tools for effectively managing communication with all parties involved in a project.

What services do we offer?

Urban renewal processes, such as TAMA 38 or Pinui binui (clearance and development), are complex projects that encapsulate a range of professional fields: urban planning, law, economics, property valuation, engineering, construction, and more. Yet there is one aspect of such projects that is often completely ignored: the social aspect.

In order to effectively manage the industrial process while maintaining quality of life for residents, Mosaica offers the parties mediation and consensus-building services that focus on urban renewal, alongside specialized mediation training or conflict coaching for residents and various representatives in order to provide vital tools for improving living conditions.

Who are the mediators?

Urban renewal mediation, training, and coaching are conducted by qualified individuals with many years of experience in this field who have undergone specialized training for managing the particular complexities of urban renewal projects.

Who refers, and is referred to, mediation?

Any person involved in an urban renewal project or involved in a dispute (with neighbors, municipal representatives, developers, the administration, or any other relevant organization or person) may independently contact Mosaica for mediation, training, or coaching.

We recommend attempting mediation prior to filing a “refusing tenant” claim.

Where is mediation conducted?

Mosaica provides mediation, consensus-building, and training services across the country dedicated to urban renewal projects. Mosaica also offers services online via Zoom.

Additionally, Mosaica collaborates with over 75 municipal Community Mediation and Dialogue Centers across the country and can refer people to centers close to their place of residence.

How much does it cost?

To receive a quote for mediation, consensus-building, or training for residents and representatives, please contact us via our contact form or e-mail: