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Fleur Onrust

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ENVIR Advocaten

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Administrative law, environmental law, nature conservation law and environmental due diligence

Position

Co-founder and partner at ENVIR Advocaten. Fleur Onrust specialises in administrative law (regulations, administrative enforcement, subsidies), environment law (Seveso/Brzo, PGS, mining, REACH, waste, soil, noise, odour, energy, water) and nature conservation law (protection of Natura 2000 areas and protected species). Further Fleur Onrust advises and litigates on spatial planning matters for businesses, developers and municipalities. Fleur Onrust regularly partners with corporate lawyers in corporate / M&A and real estate transactions, conducting environmental and administrative law due diligence and advising on environmental and administrative law matters, such as applicable regulations, permits and soil and ground water contamination.

Fleur Onrust regularly publishes and lectures on environmental and administrative law topics. She Onrust co-authored a book on nature conservation law in 2017 and is a board member of the Kluwer publication "Module bestuursrecht" on administrative law.

Career

2014 - today Co-founder and partner at ENVIR Advocaten
2004-2014 Lawyer at Stibbe

Languages

Dutch, English

Member

Dutch Environmental Lawyers Association

Education

2008 Post-graduate Grotius specialization course in environmental law
2007 Mini MBA at INSEAD 
1998-2003 Master of Laws in Dutch and Notarial Law, University of Amsterdam
1998-2003 Master of Science in Political Science, University of Amsterdam


Netherlands

Environment and planning

Within: Environment and planning

The ENVIR Advocaten team is appreciated for its 'highly qualified specialists who are very easy to work with' and provide 'truly high standards and more than value for money'. The key partners are Marieke Kaajan, Fleur Onrust and, having recently arrived from CMS, the 'knowledgeable and balanced' Iris Kieft 'who is very good at dealing with authorities'. The team covers all aspects of environmental, planning and zoning law including areas such as nature conservation. It serves a broad range of corporate, energy and government clients. In highlight work, Onrust is leading a team advising Chidda Vastgoed which owns a large plot of land at the Port of Amsterdam; covering both advisory and litigation, the matter involves permits and issues around soil contamination and protected species.

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