Murray will play a role in the firm’s property, energy & resources and infrastructure and industry groups. She has 13 years’ experience advising both public and private sector clients on the legislative and regulatory landscape surrounding planning, as well as environmental issues and compliance. She also has extensive experience in resumption, compensation and valuation matters.
In light of the recent review of the NSW planning legislation and the anticipated changes that may take place next year, Murray will play an instrumental role in assisting DibbsBarker clients to prepare for and respond to any changes that take place.
She will be based in DibbsBarker’s Sydney office.
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