Tjalling Reijnders joined Pels Rijcken's Spatial Planning and Environment department in 2016. He specialises in planning and environmental law, with a particular focus on spatial planning, planning blight and compensation for loss, as well as expropriation law. He advises and assists clients, including the Dutch government, provinces and municipalities, in realising spatial developments and settling any resulting loss. He is noted for a keen legal eye and an awareness of the political-administrative dimensions of a matter. As a result of his broad interest in society, Tjalling is also able to find creative solutions outside the standard legal framework.
Tjalling received a master’s degree in Dutch Constitutional and Administrative Law and in Criminal Law and Criminal Procedure Law from Leiden University. He mentors student litigators at Leiden University’s annual moot court and regularly publishes on issues within his field of expertise.