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Irma Van den Berg

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Six Advocaten

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Real Estate

Position

Irma van den Berg specialises in general administrative law and planning and zoning law. She handles cases in matters relating to environmental and other permits, zoning plans, nature conservation law and other environmental aspects, but also cases relating to municipal law, enforcement, subsidies, public order, youth care and privacy law. Irma has a vast experience when it comes to urban (re)development projects and has assisted with respect to the regulatory aspects of numerous (real estate) transactions. Irma works mostly for municipal and provincial authorities, professional real estate parties, healthcare and cultural institutions.

Career

Irma was admitted to the Amsterdam Bar in 1992. She spent many years working as a lawyer and as a senior legal expert at the Courts of The Hague and Amsterdam before joining the real estate department of NautaDutilh from 2002 until 2008. As of 2008 she is one of the partners of Six Advocaten.

Languages

Dutch, English, French

Member

Irma is a member of the Association for Administrative law (Vereniging voor Bestuursrecht), the Association of Building law Lawyers (Vereniging voor Bouwrecht-advocaten). Environmental Law Association (Vereniging voor Milieurecht), and the Association for Privacy Law (Vereniging Privacy Recht).

Education

Irma graduated in 1992 from the University of Amsterdam. She teaches Monuments and Historic Buildings Law at the Institute for Building Law (Instituut voor Bouwrecht).


Netherlands

Environment and planning

Within: Environment and planning

Irma van den Berg is the key partner at Six Advocaten, which acts for public bodies and private clients across a wide range of projects. She and Hanneke Ellerman advised Bouwfonds Property Development on the zoning aspects of a 2,750-building development between Weesp and Muiden.

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