Property and projects


We provide strategic advice to a wide range of clients including companies, property and superannuation funds, private and public companies, state and local government authorities, and utility providers in all Australian states.

Our extensive industry knowledge and the strong relationships we have built, allows us to help our clients manage the opportunities and risks of operating in a highly complex and cyclical industry.

We are able to assist with procurement and often link our clients with key services within the property, planning and construction sectors, including land owners, financiers, contractors, property managers and consultants.

We are focused on facilitating commercial outcomes to legal problems. We do this by learning about our clients’ businesses, their industry, and the broader environment in which they operate, to ensure that our advice is contextual, pragmatic and commercial.

By working with our clients and their consultants to understand the bigger picture issues, we are able to identify benefits and risks in a time and cost effective manner.

Key Contact

John advises principals in relation to the appropriate joint venture and development arrangements and regarding the appropriate delivery mechanism...

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