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SLCM | Serra Lopes, Cortes Martins & Associados, Goncalo Reino Pires, Lisbon, PORTUGAL

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Goncalo Reino Pires

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SLCM | Serra Lopes, Cortes Martins & Associados

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Planning Law / Real estate and Construction

Position

Gonçalo Reino Pires is Partner of SLCM // Serra Lopes, Cortes Martins & Associados, in Lisbon. He is responsible for the Planning and Real Estate area of practice.
His activity has been focused on assisting the development of real estate projects, either for residential, retail, tourism or industrial purposes, from preliminary land planning stage to final completion. Ongoing advisory to private clients and public entities in planning law matters, including land planning, allotment and construction licensing, and regularization of existing buildings, and in the respective administrative and court litigation.
He has a significant track record including both domestic and international real estate developers and investors. Merging solid planning skills in law with a deep knowledge of real estate practice for expedient and pragmatic solutions to the most complex of operations.

Career

Partner at SLCM // Serra Lopes, Cortes Martins & Associados, since 2016. He joined SLCM in 2008. Before joining SLCM worked at other major law firms in Portugal as a Planning Lawyer. Cooperates with Universities amd similar institutions, as conference speaker or as invited teacher in post-graduate courses in the areas of Planning Law, Tourism and Environment Law, including with the University of Lisbon, the Portuguese Catholic University and the Centre for Judicial Studies.

Languages

Portuguese, English, Spanish.

Member

Portuguese Bar Association since 2004. Member of the Executive Board of AD URBEM - Association for the Development of Planning and Building Law.

Education

Law Degree, Faculty of Law, University of Lisbon (2001). Master in Juridical and Political Science, University of Lisbon (2006). LL.M. in “International Business Law” in Lisbon Catholic University (2013).


Portugal

Planning law

Within: Planning law

Handling tourist and residential developments, licensing and regularisation as well as contentious work, SLCM | Serra Lopes, Cortes Martins & Associados advised Eurolucerna on a complex urban renewal project in Cascais involving the development of residential units and the relocation of a supermarket. Another client is Vilamoura World. Goncalo Reino Pires heads the practice.

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