We understand the business objectives of our clients and work with them to achieve those objectives. We provide commercial advice based on our specialist knowledge of the property industry.
Unlike other firms, our Property and Real Estate Group did not develop as an add-on to other practice areas. Instead, it is one of our core practice groups. Our commercial savvy means we ‘see the deal’. We can pick the issues in the context of our client’s objectives to know when, and how best to compromise and make the right call.
Our expertise includes:
We act for developers and landowners, superannuation funds, managed investment schemes, listed and unlisted corporations, banks and non-bank financiers, government departments and statutory authorities and local and overseas investors.
13 February 2019 - Knowledge
With high-rise building methods and flammable cladding issues now entering the realm of dinner discussions and debate, it’s not surprising that the release of the NSW Government’s plans to overhaul the building and construction industry has grabbed the headlines this week.
29 January 2019 - Knowledge
The annual PwC/Property Council Retirement Census for 2018 shows nearly 30 per cent of new villages under development are either vertical or a combination of vertical and horizontal, compared to 15 per cent of existing developments.
18 January 2019 - Knowledge
In this article we flag some of the key considerations for landlords if a tenant is exercising an option to renew a commercial or retail lease. Sometimes the basic steps in the option to renew process are missed by the parties, which can have unintended consequences.
08 January 2019 - Media Release
National law firm Holding Redlich is pleased to announce the appointment of John Wei as a Brisbane-based partner in the Property & Projects group.
12 December 2018 - Knowledge
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As 2018 rapidly draws to a close, our practice group experts take a magnifying glass to the top issues from the year - and outline what they expect to dominate in 2019.
21 November 2018 - Knowledge
The Commissioner for NSW Fair Trading has been given new powers to issue consumer guarantee directions in disputes between consumers and businesses about alleged breaches of the consumer guarantees under the Australian Consumer Law.