Sydney Water Corporation
I was a member of the litigation team representing Sydney Water Corporation in the successful resolution of a number of multi-million claims for compensation arising from the compulsory acquisition of easements to facilitate the Sydney desalination project.
City of Sydney
Formerly, I was a member of the litigation team representing the City of Sydney in application by Westfield for a declaration and consequential orders requiring Perpetual to comply with the Council’s consent conditions. This matter encompassed successful appeals to the Court of Appeal and the High Court of Australia.
I was the instructing solicitor representing Merivale in respect of successful appeals against decisions of the City of Sydney regarding the extended trading hours of The Establishment and Ivy.
I have provided advice to and represented Pittwater Council, Willoughby City Council and the City of Sydney in the Land and Environment Court on numerous merit appeals raising issues with respect to town planning, urban design, heritage, traffic, engineering, threatened species and social impact. The developments involved have included residential, commercial, retail and entertainment uses. In addition, I have provided advice and conducted litigation in respect of interpretation of consent conditions, challenges to development consents and prosecution for unauthorised development.
I have provided advice to corporations such as Chevron, International Power, Origin Energy and Telstra Corporation Ltd in respect of planning and environment approvals.
Representing this client in a successful appeal against the refusal of consent by Randwick Council of a multi-million dollar residential development in Little Bay encompassing 450 dwellings)
B.Bus. LLB (Hons) – University of Technology, Sydney
The Coca-Cola Co. snaps up Australia's MOJO Kombucha
01 November 2018
Addisons has advised The Coca-Cola Company on its August 2018 acquisition of 100% of the shares in the Organic & Raw Trading Company, an innovative start up based in Adelaide that owns the MOJO brand of kombucha.
Advised in relation to the redevelopment of the Eastwood Shopping Centre including advising on the clause 4.6 objection and the letter of offer and Voluntary Planning Agreement.
Advised Dexus on its retail podium redevelopment at Gateway, Circular Quay. Penny’s role included advising on the heritage floor space controls, securing heritage floor space transfers, obtaining access to Council’s land for construction purposes and negotiating a voluntary planning agreement with Council.
Penny is advising Mirvac on its redevelopment of the ground plane and podium for 275 Kent Street, Sydney. This site has complicated titling and planning approvals and required a VPA and agreements with RMS in relation to the Western Distributor.