Tina Toft advises public authorities and commercial undertakings on the problems that may arise in the interface between environmental, planning and construction law.

She has in-depth experience advising on issues relating to the technical and environmental administration. She has advised public authorities on a large number of expropriation cases and cases concerning building legislation. For example, she has acted as sparring partner in relation to the handling of building legislation.

Within environmental and planning law, Tina advises public authorities, project developers and manufacturing companies. She advises on the special questions during the project phase which may arise in relating to an objection against a coastal protection project or a renewable energy plant. She advises on questions concerning the correct handling of the Act on Environmental Assessment, the Protection of Nature Act, the interpretation and preparation of local plans or general administrative principles.

Tina advises on the environmental regulation of industrial activities and has experience in safeguarding the environmental aspects in a due diligence procedure.

She provides assistance in connection with litigation and arbitration and has wide experience conducting cases before boards and commissions within her areas of expertise.

In addition, Tina currently holds courses on recent case law within environmental law.