Kirsty-Anne specialises in all aspects of property law, including development, acquisitions, disposals, leasing and subdivisions.
Kirsty-Anne has a wealth of experience in all aspects of property law. She specialises in advising clients on the acquisition and development of land and significant commercial properties for commercial, residential and mixed-use purposes. She has also has extensive experience in commercial, residential and rural subdivisions, as well as large scale leasing projects on behalf of both landlords and tenants. She often advises on regulatory compliance for overseas investors and on local government issues.
Kirsty-Anne has acted for a number of clients, typically with property portfolios, across a variety of different industries.
Kirsty-Anne has advised:
- Foodstuffs North Island Limited on the acquisition of commercial properties and long term leasehold interests for supermarket sites.
- Foodstuffs North Island Limited on the redevelopment of existing supermarkets and the subdivision of supermarket sites from shopping centres.
- Foodstuffs North Island Limited on all aspects of supermarket leases, including arrangements with external landlords and arrangements between Foodstuffs and its operators.
- New Development Group on the acquisition by the NZ Transport Agency of part of a large property intended for residential development, for the Puhoi to Wellsford road of national significance.
- Finstar Management Limited on the acquisition, subdivision, leasing and disposal of retail centres, and the creation of a residential townhouse development.
- CDL Land New Zealand Limited on subdivisions of greenfield sites into residential lots.
- Mountain Landing LLC on the staged subdivision of a luxury lifestyle development in the Bay of Islands.
- Harvard Management Company Inc on the sale of Kaingaroa Timberlands to the New Zealand Superannuation Fund and all issues associated with the ongoing management of the Kaingaroa Forest Estate.
- Various offshore investors on the acquisition and development of forestry estates and farms, and the acquisition of rural land for large scale industrial and residential development.