Advised on the environmental issues linked to a range of complex infrastructure agreements with the New South Wales State Government and local councils for the delivery of infrastructure to greenfield housing developments in the north west and south west growth areas of Sydney.
Stockland acquired land from another property development company which had almost completed the negotiation of an infrastructure agreement. As a consequence, it was necessary to split the contractual obligations between the two developers, devising a complex scheme for trading of infrastructure credits between Stockland and the other developer.
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