Stephan Sluiter specialises in spatial planning, environmental law, subsidy law and public sector private law. He focuses on the real estate sector, the (renewable) energy sector and the waste sector.
Among Stephan's clients are major construction companies, real estate investors, project developers, governmental entities and waste processors. He has recently assisted in the redevelopment and divestment of a large scale industrial premises, the realisation of the first floating solar park in Europe and the development of the first bio-LNG installation in the Netherlands.
Stephan joined NautaDutilh in 2021. He previously worked at two major law firms in the Netherlands, during which period he was seconded to Luxembourg and Istanbul. In 2008, Stephan graduated from the Radboud University in Nijmegen. He graduated cum laude from the prestigious Grotius Environmental Law specialisation course in 2017. Stephan is chief editor of the Sdu Waste Substance Law Journal and a visiting lecturer at Erasmus University in Rotterdam.
Stephan was included in the Legal 500 rankings as recommended lawyer. Clients have described him as "[…] a pleasure to deal with. He has a lot of expertise and is able to translate the input of the business quickly and correctly in legal documents. He is sensitive in relationships of the business with competent authorities and always looking for more permanent solutions than going to court. Furthermore, he has a good sense of humor and he is modest."