The legal framework within which French local authorities operate has been rewritten, meaning it’s now crucial to have a complete grasp of how inter-municipal cooperative structures (intercommunalités) function. 
Setting up new structures of local government and integrating them within the existing local authority landscape, managing the transfer of powers – we will support you through the many and varied steps involved in implementing these changes.
We’ll help you manage your relations with non-profits and community groups regarding grant awards and the use of local authority premises or employees. 
We’ll also advise and represent you in relation to the local election process. 

The team dedicated to Inter-municipal cooperative structures 



Detail Contact +33 (0)5 49 55 59 92


Detail Contact +33 (0)5 49 55 99 16
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