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New partner welcomed to Holding Redlich’s national Property & Projects group

21 February 19 - Media Release

#Property & Real Estate

National law firm Holding Redlich is pleased to announce the appointment of Natashia Ackroyd as a Melbourne-based partner in the Property & Projects group. She moved to the firm’s Melbourne office from King & Wood Mallesons, where she was a senior associate.

Natashia’s appointment follows Adrianna Witkowski joining the property team in Sydney in November and John Wei joining in Brisbane in January.

Natashia has more than 15 years’ experience as a property lawyer with a broad range of experience across the real estate sector including complex transactions, property development, investment management and leasing.

She has significant property transaction experience acting for both international and local investors as well as government. 

Natashia said she is delighted to join Holding Redlich.

“Holding Redlich has made a long term commitment to real estate as a core practice area,” Natashia said.

“I am looking forward to contributing to the continued growth of the firm’s real estate practice in Melbourne and nationally.”

National Managing Partner Ian Robertson welcomed Natashia, saying she is a strong addition to the large, and growing, national property team.

“Natashia has extensive experience in large property transactions and legal work for large property developments and will add considerable depth to our practice in Melbourne and nationally,” Ian said. 

“We have also recently been joined by Adrianna Witkowski and John Wei – based in Sydney and Brisbane respectively – and these important additions to our property practice are part of a careful strategy to add senior skills, experience and depth.” 

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 on the divestment of the Sustainable Agriculture Fund with aggregations located across Victoria, New South Wales and Tasmania
  • acting for various REITs in the acquisition, development, leasing, management and disposal of various commercial, retail and industrial assets in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane and Adelaide
  • acting for an Australian bank and various A-REITs in relation to their retail and commercial leasing portfolios
  • advising an American investment bank on its acquisition of the entire debt  portfolio of a major Australian bank.
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