Katie Miller


Katie has extensive experience in the leasing, acquisition and sale of retail shopping centres, commercial offices, agricultural and industrial properties. 


Katie has acted in a broad range of property matters, including:

  • acquisition and sale of shopping centres, commercial office buildings, agricultural and industrial properties
  • acting for landlords in leasing shopping centres, mixed use resort style developments and commercial office buildings
  • acting for landlords in redevelopment of shopping centres, including relocation of tenants and dealing with tenant compensation claims 
  • acting for an agricultural company in the sale of one of Queensland’s largest sheep stations
  • acting for a government owned corporation in the negotiation of options to purchase an extensive corridor of rural land for the construction of linear infrastructure
  • acting for a land owner in the development of an inland rail port, to be used for the transport of agricultural produce
  • negotiating agreements with governments in relation to the construction of logistics facilities and infrastructure on State land
  • subdivision of land for industrial, commercial and residential estates
  • negotiating conduct and compensation agreements in relation to petroleum activities.

Recently Katie acted on:

  • the purchase of a 50% interest in a large shopping centre for approximately $180 million, which also involved a development agreement for the proposed expansion of the shopping centre
  • the sale of a regional shopping centre for $25 million
  • the sale of a large livestock station for $27 million.

Katie regularly presents training seminars to the property industry on leasing, property transaction issues and unfair contract terms.

Prior to commencing with Holding Redlich, Katie was an in-house counsel in the gas industry, working on property related transactions associated with a proposed multi-billion dollar gas project.


12 December 2017 - Blog

Queensland Election 2017 - special update


With Labor now confirmed as being returned to government in Queensland, our experts look at what this election result means for the key areas of planning, property, construction and infrastructure, and workplace relations...

23 May 2018 - Blog

Residential Focus - 23 May 2018

#Property & Real Estate

No licence? No worries: In Precise Builders (NSW) Pty Ltd v Jones & Krel [2018] NSWCATAP 112 the New South Wales Civil and Administrative Tribunal (the Tribunal) Appeal Panel held that a lack of licence was no barrier to the preferred outcome under s.48MA of the Home Building Act 1989

22 May 2018 - Blog

Confusion as indigenous cultural heritage “Last Man Standing Rule” thrown out

#Government, #Property & Real Estate

The Department of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Partnerships (DATSIP) has responded to the Queensland Supreme Court’s decision in Nuga Nuga Aboriginal Corporation v Minister for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Partnerships [i] (the Nuga Nuga Decision) by no longer recognising that the last registered claimants for an area are the Aboriginal party, unless and until a new native title claim is registered or determined.