Webb Farry’s Development team can help all parties involved achieve successful outcomes.
The team includes Partners David Ehlers, Megan Bartlett and Warren Moffat. They draw on Webb Farry's Property, Corporate and Commercial, Resource Management and Employment teams, so you have access to expert advice on all aspects of infrastructure projects.
The Development team has worked on structuring, obtaining funding for and implementing a wide variety of projects – particularly in the energy, health, transport and commercial property sectors. We have advised on some major Dunedin infrastructure projects, including shopping centres and various commercial, industrial and residential developments.
Examples of Webb Farry’s work with clients
- Advising the Willowbank development on its conversion to a multi-unit commercial/residential block – from the project conceptualisation and design, through to unit titling, development and eventual sale
- Acting for the Mount Stuart wind farm land owners, in relation to the initial licensing for wind power generation and then negotiation and drafting the development agreement and easement, following construction of the nine-turbine wind farm (opened by Pioneer Generation in June 2012)
- Advising a local property owner in relation to the purchase, finance, subdivision and leasing of a significant commercial site at Green Island
- Assisting with advice and documentation for many joint ventures across a range of industries, including hotels, farming operations, property subdivisions, multi-storied developments and partnerships with Crown entities
- Involvement in the unwinding and reconstruction/reconfiguration of unit-titled developments
- Liaising with insurance companies in relation to damage to premises under construction
- Acting for the owner of the Harvest Court Mall in relation to its development and leasing requirements
"We understand the practical demands, risks and issues you face when undertaking new developments or investments – our job is to help you get things done on time and on budget."