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Hanneke Ellerman

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Six Advocaten

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Real Estate

Position

Hanneke Ellerman specialises in administrative law and planning and zoning law. She advises and conducts legal proceedings about, as a rule, complex zoning plan and planning procedures for the benefit of commercial and residential property development projects, the transformation and redevelopment of existing buildings as well as the related legal aspects involving the environment and nature conservation. In addition Hanneke has a wide experience in dealing with administrative law enforcement matters and general administrative law issues. Both developers and authorities regularly seek her assistance.

Career

After she had graduated, Hanneke worked for the municipality of Amsterdam in various positions, including at the spatial planning policy department and as head of the Building Control Department in the Amsterdam South urban district. Between June 2000 and June 2013 Hanneke was employed as a lawyer with the Amsterdam law firm of Houthoff Buruma. On 1 June 2013 she joined Six Advocaten.

Languages

Dutch, English

Member

Hanneke is a member of the Amsterdam supervisory council of the Netherlands Bar Association and is a member of the Board of Appeal of the Stichting Garantiewoning. She is also a member of various professional organizations, including the Vereniging van Bouwrecht-advocaten (Construction Lawyers Association), the Vereniging voor Bestuursrecht (Administrative Law Association) and the Vereniging voor Milieurecht (Environment Law Association).


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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