In relation to the procurement of all necessary planning approvals for the redevelopment of the Barangaroo site including the concept plan, major project and State significant development approvals as well as numerous modifications to those approvals.
In relation to the options available to enable the proposed development of the Crown casino, integrated resort and hotel facilities within the Barangaroo site, including the proposed modification to the Concept Plan to facilitate the Crown development.
In Class 1 merit proceedings and Class 4 judicial review proceedings brought by Jemena Limited in relation to the Block 4 remediation development approval which relates to the remediation of part of the area within Barangaroo that was declared by the EPA to be significantly contaminated.
In relation to the redevelopment of the Sydney International Convention, Exhibition and Entertainment Precinct (SICEEP), including the procurement of all necessary major project planning and development approvals for the entertainment core facilities precinct.
I have extensively advised developers in relation to low, medium density and high-rise residential, industrial, educational establishments, commercial, residential, retail and mixed use developments. This has included advising on planning and development approval requirements, compliance with applicable development controls, liability for and the ability to levy developer contributions, existing use rights, negotiating developer agreements and acting in planning merit appeal proceedings.
Various multi-national corporations
I have advised in relation to the sale and leasing of contaminated land and liability for the future management of contamination under the Contaminated Land Management Act 1997. This has included drafting special conditions to be included in Contracts for Sale and advising on liability and responsibility for contamination post sale.
NSW Government agencies
I have advised various NSW government agencies including Sydney Buses, Roads and Maritime Services, Sydney Trains, RailCorp, Western Sydney Parklands Trust in relation to proposed developments for their own facilities as well for developments affecting their facilities and assets and in relation to environmental compliance and environment protection licences.
BA LLB - University of Technology Sydney
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23 July 2018
The Australian Senate has joined the international battlefield over whether “loot boxes” in video games constitutes gambling.
On 28 June 2018, following a motion proposed by Greens Senator Jordon Steele-John, the Australian Senate agreed to refer an inquiry into the use of loot boxes in video games to the Senate Environment and Communications References Committee (the Senate Committee).
Google search for defamation: High Court says plaintiffs can sue
20 July 2018
The High Court has paved the way for an individual to sue Google for allegedly defaming him in a series of search results and auto-complete phrases.
The end of lottery betting in Australia: Australian Federal Parliament decides
11 July 2018
On 28 June 2018, Australian Federal Parliament passed the Interactive Gambling (Lottery Betting) Act 2018 (Cth) (Lottery Betting Act), prohibiting lottery betting in Australia.