Amelia is a Special Counsel in our Planning, Environment and Sustainability group specialising in town planning, development and environmental law with experience in land acquisition and compensation matters.
Amelia is known for her successes in appeals, declaratory proceedings and enforcement proceedings in the Planning and Environment Court, Land Court and Magistrates Court, as well as her forward-thinking advice surrounding strategic planning, development assessment and infrastructure delivery.
Amelia believes in the provision of straight-forward, practical advice to her clients which delivers on both commercial and community objectives.
Amelia is listed in the Best Lawyers in Australia 2021 edition for Land Use and Zoning Law and Planning and Environmental Law. She is also recognised in the 2018 and 2019 edition of Doyles Guide as a rising star in Planning & Environment for Australia.
Examples of Amelia’s experience include the following:
02 October 2018 - Knowledge
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Often the permitted uses under leases require a development approval authorising the specific use. This article explains the issue and the risks associated with entering into leases for a permitted use without the appropriate development approval.
11 Feb 20 to 10 Nov 20 - Brisbane
This series will equip you with the knowledge and tools to buy and/or sell better, will ensure you remain compliant in this increasingly regulated environment, and will maximise your chances of success and beat off the competition.
21 Jul 20
Please join Construction & Infrastructure partner, Scott Alden, associates, Victoria Gordon and Krishneel Kumar, and lawyer Andrew Morello, as they discuss everything you need to know about the electronic execution of deeds and documents by individuals and companies.
28 Jul 20
In this webinar, Paul Venus, Holding Redlich Queensland Managing Partner and Chris Cook, Partner of Worells Solvency & Forensic Accountants will outline how business owners and their advisors can get some confidence—when possible—beyond the crisis that the business will not be derailed by legacy debt.