National specialist projects firm, Greenwood Roche, has announced the appointment of 6 Senior Associates, Jimmy Tait-Jamieson, Lana Christensen, Laura Shields, Rachel Murdoch, Renee de Lisle and Sam Green.
Jimmy Tait-Jamieson undertakes a wide range of property, infrastructure and development work for both public and private sector clients. He particularly enjoys advising on project structuring and assisting with legislative and regulatory issues. He started his career in Auckland and, after a stint in Amsterdam completing an LLM, has recently relocated to Wellington.
Laura Shields principally advises on Crown land matters and has experience in Treaty settlement negotiations and implementation.
Lana Christensen advises on commercial and commercial property transactions, including the acquisition, subdivision and disposal of land, and has experience in banking and financing.
Rachel Murdoch advises on resource management issues, with a particular focus on urban development and regeneration projects. She has experience in environmental due diligence, plan development and consenting and has provided strategic advice on high profile projects in Christchurch.
Renee de Lisle practices in all aspects of property law, with a focus on development projects, social housing and urban regeneration projects, large-scale property acquisitions and disposals and commercial leasing.
Sam Green advises on a broad range of corporate, commercial and commercial property matters with a focus on large scale property development, acquisitions and disposals, construction, infrastructure and major commercial contracting.
Greenwood Roche has also announced the appointment of 5 Associates, Amelia Alden, Anna Hickmott, Miriam Black, Rowan Barbalich and Tanya Young.
Amelia advises on resource management law, Anna and Miriam specialise in commercial property transactions, and Rowan and Tanya work in the national construction practice.