Erika is a very experienced lawyer in the field of environmental law. She studied Dutch law and Environmental Science at Utrecht University and has been a lawyer since 1999. She is a specialist in planning law, environmental law and general administrative law. For example, she regularly advises and litigates on (large) spatial developments in the areas of housing, offices, industrial estates and retail trade. Enforcement procedures also belong to her specialism. In addition, she advises on matters in the field of general administrative law, such as Freedom of Information Act (Wob), subsidy issues, etc.
She teaches among others at the NEPROM, the Berghauser Pont Academy and Geoplan and also regularly gives lectures for other organizations or in-house workshops. Furthermore, she is a member of various professional associations.
Erika works for both public and private parties such as project developers, industrial companies and retailers and therefore oversees all the different interests and positions that play a role in the broad field of planning and environmental law. Clients appreciate Erika because of her high level of involvement and clear advice.