Lindsey Harvey


Lindsey Harvey is a Senior Associate in our property team.  

Lindsey advises on all types of residential, retail and commercial property transactions.  She advises developers on the acquisition, development and disposal of their assets, including large scale residential developments.  She also has significant experience in acting for purchasers and vendors of rural property. 


Lindsey has extensive experience acting for property developers, investors and landlords on all aspects of property development. Lindsey’s recent experience includes: 

  • acting for a foreign investor in respect to purchase of a tourism island in Queensland 
  • acting for a foreign investor in respect to purchase of agricultural land in Western Australia
  • acting for an Australian investor in respect to purchase of agricultural land in Queensland 
  • acting for local property developers including titling advice, drafting base sale contracts and disclosure material, including option agreements, advising on marketing material and settling off the plan conveyances
  • sales and acquisitions for commercial and retail property including shopping centres 
  • acting for receivers and mortgagee in possession sales, leasing and general advice.  


  • retail leasing — acting for tenants (including national tenants heavily negotiating their leases with major Australian landlords) and landlords including off the plan leasing for newly developed centres
  • commercial leasing — acting for tenants and landlords in respect to office leasing and warehouse leasing.

Lindsey's clients have included major Australian banks, private lenders and well known accounting firms


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.

21 May 2018 - Blog

What's News in Property & Real Estate? - 21 May 2018

#Property & Real Estate

PCA: Infrastructure boost needs to lead to plans for great cities: The Property Council has heralded the big infrastructure boost confirmed in today’s Federal Budget but called for this to be leveraged into a stronger plan to create great cities and support a growing Australia