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Peggy Mertiny

Peggy Mertiny runs the national skills and innovation cluster specialised in local housing markets, within CEREMA (Centre d’Études et d’Expertise sur les Risques, l’Environnement, la Mobilité et l’Aménagement – Centre for Studies and Expertise on Risks, the Environment, Mobility, and Town and Country Planning). In her capacity as a research fellow, she has participated in many studies within CEREMA (and formerly within the Centre d’Études Techniques de l’Équipement Nord–Picardie – Nord–Picardie Centre for Technical Studies and Infrastructure, now part of CEREMA) on the theme of housing on behalf of regional branches of central-government departments, local and regional infrastructure directorates, the French housing and sustainable development ministries, and local and regional authorities such as Île-de-France Regional Council and various intermunicipal structures.

She has also helped to develop methodological guides on housing demand and needs (for the DGALN (Direction Générale de l’Aménagement, du Logement et de la Nature – Directorate-General for Planning, Housing and Nature) and the SOeS (Service de l’Observation et des Statistiques – Department for Observation and Statistics)), housing observatories (the IDEAL network (Information sur le Développement, l’Environnement et l’Aménagement Local – Information on Development, the Environment and Local Development)), and local housing plans at département level (for the former CERTU, now part of CEREMA).

Additionally, she participates in training sessions and seminars devoted to housing-related databases (Filocom, land-tax files, etc.), raising awareness of PLHs (Programmes Locaux de l’Habitat – Local Housing Plans), and housing observatories.


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