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Natashia Ackroyd

LLB (Hons)

Partner - Melbourne

Areas of Expertise

Property, Planning & Development


Natashia is a partner in our Property and Real Estate Group. Over the past 15 years, Natashia has advised many real estate investment trusts, superannuation funds and property developers in their investment activities. She has also acted for state governments on strategic development projects. 


Natashia’s experience includes:

  • acting on the establishment of a managed investment scheme, being a core property diversified fund with over $5.3 billion of retail, commercial and industrial assets
  • acting for various REITs in the acquisition, development, leasing, management and disposal of various commercial, retail and industrial real estate assets in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane and Adelaide
  • acting for an A-REIT in the sale of the fund’s agricultural land and operating assets located across three states
  • acting for a Singaporean REIT in the acquisition of an irrigation farm in South West New South Wales
  • acting for State Government on the development of a new campus for Griffith University
  • acting for State Government on the development of a mixed use resort in the Kosciusko National Park
  • acting for two REITs in their acquisition and management of hotels in Sydney and the Gold Coast, Queensland
  • acting for an Australian bank and various A-REITs in relation to their retail and commercial leasing portfolios
  • acting for an American investment bank on its acquisition of the entire distressed assets portfolio of a major Australian bank.


Law Society of Victoria


09 December 2020 - Knowledge

Reputation takes a lifetime to build and one modern slavery statement to destroy


We revisit the all-important modern slavery reporting requirements as the maiden round of modern slavery statements are submitted to Australia’s Modern Slavery Register.

01 December 2020 - Knowledge

Investing in Australia? Major changes to FIRB commence in 2021

#Property, Planning & Development, #Corporate & Commercial Law

Major changes to strengthen Australia’s foreign investment framework will commence from 1 January 2021. We outline what these changes will be and how they may affect investors.

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