Peter is a Special Counsel in our Property & Projects Group and specialises in environmental, planning and local government law.
He is regarded as an influential thought leader in the public policy debates about environmental planning matters in New South Wales.
Prior to joining Holding Redlich, Peter worked for the Department of Planning and Environment and was responsible for the New South Wales Government’s planning reform agenda.
Peter lectures casually at the Western Sydney University School of Law where he teaches planning and environmental law.
Peter has wide-ranging experience in developing and implementing innovative legal solutions across all areas of environment and planning law.
He was responsible for the development and implementation of the legal and policy frameworks to support NSW Government’s ePlanning program.
He was also responsible for the preparation of parts of the Planning Bill 2013 relating to ePlanning, infrastructure contributions and building and subdivision.
Peter has provided advice on all issues associated with the release of land in New South Wales in accordance with relevant strategic planning frameworks and the provision of infrastructure contributions through section 94 contributions and section 94A levies, special infrastructure contributions and planning agreements. He was involved in the preparation of agreements for some of the largest Greenfield release areas in the State, including Camden Lakeside, St Mary’s ADI and Bingara Gorge, Eastern Creek, Marsden Park and Catherine Fields.
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