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Elly Ashley


Elly specialises in property development including advising in relation to strata and community schemes, preparing and developing appropriate governance title and subdivision structures, acquisitions and disposals, drafting master off-the-plan sales contracts and coordinating the sales process.


Elly’s expertise includes acting for a number of major property developers to assist with residential and mixed-use development projects by advising in relation to:

  • establishment of a strata scheme or community scheme
  • conversion and termination of strata schemes
  • compliance with the strata scheme and community scheme laws
  • drafting and negotiating section 88B instruments, by-laws and management statements for both strata and community schemes
  • site due diligence and acquisitions including acquisitions of crown land and rural land
  • Foreign Investment Review Board approval and regulations
  • finance due diligence
  • drafting off-the-plan contracts and co-ordinating the sales process.

Elly also assists developers, Owners Corporations and Associations with strata and community title NCAT proceedings including proceedings relating to the reallocation of unit entitlements and waiver of initial period restrictions.


03 November 2021 - Knowledge

Strata and community schemes wake to a new era of short-term letting

#Property, Planning & Development

After a long delay, the NSW Government’s new code of conduct for short-term rental accommodation is finally in force. How does the Code affect strata and community schemes?

14 September 2021 - Knowledge

Pawproof by-laws: Recent changes to NSW strata laws on keeping pets

#Property, Planning & Development

On 24 August 2021, the Strata Schemes Management Amendment (Sustainability Infrastructure) Act 2021 (NSW) commenced, marking a triumphant day for pet owners in strata schemes.

28 July 2021 - Knowledge

Residential Focus

#Property, Planning & Development

Registered easements are now required for installing ground anchors on a neighbouring property under the Design and Building Practitioners – Particulars for Regulated Designs Order 2021

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