Stephan Sluiter advises and litigates in the fields of spatial planning law, environmental law, general administrative law and public sector private law. His focus areas are the real estate sector, the (renewable) energy sector and the industry sector.
Stephan's clients include property owners and -developers, government agencies and industrial establishments. He was involved in the redevelopment of the Binckhorst area in The Hague by VORM, the realisation of Europe's first floating solar park by GroenLeven and the development of the first bio-LNG plant in the Netherlands by Renewi, Shell and Nordsol. He recently advised a consortium of banks on environmental law aspects in the context of the EUR 45 million capital increase by chemical group Avantium.
Stephan joined NautaDutilh in 2021, having previously worked at major law firms in the Netherlands, Luxembourg and Istanbul. He graduated from Radboud University in Nijmegen in 2008 and completed the Grotius specialisation course in Environmental Law cum laude in 2017. Stephan is a member of the Association of Environmental Law Lawyers (‘Vereniging van Milieurechtadvocaten’), co-editor of the Sdu Commentary on General Administrative Law (‘Commentaar Algemene wet bestuursrecht’) and a guest lecturer at the Erasmus University in Rotterdam.
Stephan was listed in the Legal 500 rankings as a "recommended lawyer". Clients 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 into 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 humour and he is modest."