Wendy Cromheecke obtained a master’s degree in law from Ghent University and Leiden University in 2019. She specialised in public law, including subjects such as spatial planning law, environmental law, living environment law, international and European environmental law and energy law.
Her master’s thesis dealt with the impact of species protection law on spatial planning developments in Flanders.
After completing her law studies, in 2019 she worked at the International Scheldt Commission on a cross-border aquifer research project.
In 2020 she obtained her master’s degree in environmental science from the University of Antwerp.
Her master’s thesis dealt with land distribution on the basis of the law allowing for spatial planning exchange.
During her studies in environmental sciences, she also completed the renewable energy module in the post-graduate Energy & Climate programme at the University of Antwerp.
Since 1 September 2020 she has been working at LDR, where she mainly provides support to the environmental law section of the environmental team.