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DLA Piper engages during this round table session with various national and international parties (in English).
DLA Piper, an international law firm that advises clients on a global scale engages during this round table session with various national and international parties to hear what they are doing when it comes to sustainability, and how they think of the Netherlands as a guide country. Moderated by Arjen de Snoo.
DGBW Session speakers
Arjen de Snoo
Arthur van Kooij
Edwin de Kuiper
This DGBW Session will be in English
To participate in this DGBW Session you must be registered as a visitor of DGBW-online. You can register as a visitor via the registration link.
Part of the anniversary edition of Dutch Green Building Week
The DGBW Session is part of the anniversary edition of the Dutch Green Building Week. The tenth edition of the week will take place from September 21 to September 25. #MadeinHolland is the theme of the week, with which the Dutch Green Building Council (DGBC) and its partners will put the Netherlands on the international map.
Arjen de Snoo, DLA Piper
Arjen de Snoo has extensive experience in administrative law and assists clients in relation to zoning and planning, environmental and nature preservation law, land policy and expropriation.
Arjen has a lot of practical experience in guiding and counselling both governments and companies, especially on the implementation of new innovative laws like the Spatial Planning Act (2008), the Crisis and Recovery Act (2010), Climate Act (2019) and the coming Environment and Planning Act (2021). He supervises the Environment & Planning practice and Climate Change practice in Amsterdam.
Arjen has handed many cases involving advice and litigation before the civil courts and the Council of State. He represents both governments and companies in sectors like project development, infrastructure and (renewable) energy.
Arthur van Kooij, Prologis
Arthur van Kooij is VP Project Management Northern Europe at Prologis. As Head of Project Management Northern Europe, he is leading the overall project management of developments for Prologis in Northern Europe. Arthur is responsible for the alignment of the project management teams in Benelux, Germany & Sweden. In this role, he oversees the realization of multiple logistics real estate projects from initiative to completion. He ensures that projects run efficiently, on time, to budget and against best quality. At Prologis he has gained development experience of over 800.000 square meters of logistics real estate.
Edwin de Kuiper, Dura Vermeer Bouw Midden West
Edwin de Kuiper is chairman of the board of Dura Vermeer Bouw Midden West, a developer and builder in the provinces of North Holland and Utrecht. As a 165-year-old family business, we are aware of the impact we make in the long term. Based on our developments and construction projects, we strive for innovation and sustainable use of materials. This is where we recognize a great opportunity and necessity.
Martin Haller, DLA Piper
Dr Martin Haller is Real Estate Sector Head Germany, member of the International Real Estate Sector Steering Committee and heads the international Development Group at DLA Piper.
Martin advises on real estate law, in particular on real estate transactions. He has particular expertise in the comprehensive advice of project developments: He supports his clients from the property analysis to the construction and realization of the project, including the creation of building rights, structuring, leasing and exit. His clients are national and international real estate investors and project developers.
Bahar Celik, INREV
Bahar Yay Celik is an Associate in the Professional Standards team at INREV. She is mainly responsible for the professional standards portfolio, including topics such as corporate governance, reporting, due diligence, and ESG best practices.
She was with GRESB before coming to INREV, where she supported ESG assessments for infrastructure sector. Before that, Bahar worked for a several years as a product developer in a private bank, with a focus on sustainability-oriented products.
She received a MSc in Environment and Resource Management from Free University Amsterdam and a BSc in Political Science and Public Administration from Middle East Technical University, Ankara Turkey.