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Weyl–Heisenberg ensembles are a class of determinantal point processes associated with the Schrödinger representation of the Heisenberg group. Hyperuniformity characterizes a state of matter for which (scaled) density fluctuations diminish towards zero at the largest length scales. We will prove that Weyl–Heisenberg ensembles are hyperuniform. Weyl–Heisenberg ensembles include as a special case a multi-layer extension of the Ginibre ensemble modeling the distribution of electrons in higher Landau levels, which has recently been object of study in the realm of the Ginibre-type ensembles associated with polyanalytic functions. In addition, the family of Weyl–Heisenberg ensembles includes new structurally anisotropic processes, where point-statistics depend on the dierent spatial directions, and thus provide a first means to study directional hyperuniformity.