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Environment and planning
Environment and planning - ranked: tier 3

Hemwood

'Quick, always accessible, fun to work with, intelligent and quality driven' is some of the praise garnered by boutique real estate, environment and planning firm Hemwood (previously known as Gijs Heutink Advocaten). 'True professional' Eefje van Bommel is highlighted for 'doing what it takes to reach her client's goals' and Gijs Heutink is valued for being 'proactive with a high knowledge level and sense of commercial negotiations'. Iskander Haverkate is also recommended. The team acted for Doniger Urban Developments on the zoning plan procedure, permission procedures and various contracts and agreements with the local municipality.

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Gijs Heutink - Hemwood

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Real estate
Real estate - ranked: tier 4

Hemwood

Specialist real estate firm Hemwood (formerly Gijs Heutink Advocaten)   serves investors and developers on industrial, commercial, and residential projects, providing the full range of expertise including zoning, planning, and environmental matters. Gijs Heutink, Sonja van der Kamp, who joined from Dentons Boekel, and eefje van bommel are the key contacts; Niels van Tamelen and Anique Bergers Kemp have also joined from Dentons Boekel. The team's work includes advising urban developers Borghese Real Estate on the development of around 700 short stay student apartments close to the University of Groningen.

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