Admitted to the Paris Bar in 2012, counsel Lucie Pernet is a member of Gide’s Public Law, Energy & Environment practice group and specialises in public property law. She assists and represents public entities (regional and local authorities, public developers) and private operators (developers, credit institutions) on town planning and development issues, be they regulatory (site plan approval, joint development areas) or operational: planning permits, commercial urban development and more generally all administrative authorisations necessary to carry out real estate projects (buildings open to the public/high-rise building regulations, specific activity approval, change of usage in the terms of the construction and housing code, estate code and environment code authorisations). She also regularly acts on issues pertaining to the ownership of public land and land control (expropriation, pre-emption).
She has advised many clients on preparing, implementing and defending development and construction projects throughout France (Hammerson, Bouygues Immo, French tennis federation, Wolseley group, Crédit Agricole Immobilier Entreprise, Eurocommercial Properties).
Lucie is a graduate of Paris II Panthéon-Assas University, Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne University, and the public sector law institute (Institut de Droit Public des Affaires). She co-wrote Opérations d’urbanisme (“Les Intégrales” collection), published in October 2014.