Over the years, the ways and means to act for, against and alongside administrative bodies have increased significantly.
The so-called principles of good governance must be respected and citizens now have a right of recourse and can turn to specialist administrative courts. Citizens’ participation in government decision, etc. has also improved considerably.
We have been monitoring these developments very closely and have extensive experience in administrative and public law procedures in the broadest sense of the term.
In particular, we specialise in dealing with administrative disputes about a. o. spatial planning and urban development, environmental law, public procurement contracts, the policy on land and premises and soil remediation.