SYDNEY-BASED LAW firm Bartier Perry has made a significant expansion by adding the land and environment practice of Norman Waterhouse.
Having joined its new firm in mid-June of this year, the group is comprised of consultants Mary-Lynne Taylor and Peter Kelso, senior associate Theodore Minas, solicitor Clifford To and support staff.
Taylor is an accredited specialist in local government and town planning, and has experience in acting for councils, developers, building owners and land professionals such as architects, surveyors, and planners. She is also an adjunct professor in urban and regional planning at the architecture faculty of the University of Sydney.
Kelso, an accredited specialist in business law, has a significant practice advising local councils in areas of governance, local government and environmental protection law.
“[Kelso], [Taylor] and their team will be a real asset to the firm,” managing partner, Will Murphy said.
“Their expertise and reputation in land and environment law is outstanding and provides a logical extension for our firm in terms of growth and the service needs of our clients.”