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Robina Kidd

Partner - Sydney

Areas of Expertise

Property & Real Estate


Robina practises in the commercial property area and heads the leasing division in Holding Redlich Sydney. She has a wide breadth of experience in property transactions, particularly in commercial, retail and industrial leasing, and in property development, including mixed use strata and community title schemes.

Robina has a very commercial approach to property work. Over the years she has often acted for different sides of the property equation, giving her the ability to recognise opportunities and to identify potential problems early on in a transaction.


Robina’s clients are a mix of large corporations, institutional investors and developers. Robina acts for Ipoh on the leasing of the Queen Victoria Building and The Strand Arcade; Blackrock Investment Management (Australia) Limited on its industrial and commercial property portfolios; and Industry Superannuation Property Trust on its industrial, commercial and retail leases in NSW. Robina also acts for Bennelong Value Funds and Australia Post. Robina is a regular presenter and chair for legal education providers in the areas of retail, commercial and industrial leasing and on community title schemes. Robina joined Holding Redlich’s Property & Projects Group as a partner in 2006. Prior to that, Robina was a partner of international law firm Coudert Brothers for seven years, working in both its Sydney and Melbourne offices.


24 October 2018 - Knowledge

Proposed changes to off-the-plan contracts announced

#Property & Real Estate

The NSW Government has announced the Conveyancing Legislation Amendment Bill 2018.

10 August 2016 - Knowledge

Key new commercial property regulation changes

#Property & Real Estate

The new Property, Stock and Business Agents Amendment (Property Reports and Exemption) Regulation 2016 (NSW) will commence on 15 August 2016...

13 July 2016 - Knowledge

The move towards greener buildings: How will the Commercial Building Disclosure changes affect you?

#Property & Real Estate

The Australian Government has announced further changes to the Commercial Building Disclosure (CBD) Program in relation to the mandatory disclosure threshold and tenancy lighting requirements...