The Heritage Report

Date - 21 February 2019
Venue - Bartier Perry

 

You are invited to the latest instalment of the Bartier Perry Property Development series – ‘The Heritage Report’.

Join special guests Stephen Davies (Director, Urbis) and Mary-Lynne Taylor (Special Counsel, Bartier Perry) for an update on the challenges and opportunities of developing State and local heritage-listed properties in a panel-style discussion chaired by Steven Griffiths (Bartier Perry).

The Heritage Report will consider a range of heritage-related issues and is a must for property professionals and developers who have stakes in heritage-listed property.

Our special guests will consider:

  1. Contentious listings and projects

  2. How heritage is assisting development in the City of Sydney

  3. Heritage incentives

  4. Rising number of Interim Heritage Orders at local level

  5. Tips on dealing with the Heritage Council

Leading the discussion will be:

  • Stephen Daviesone of the country’s most experienced and respected heritage consultants. He is the past Chair of the NSW Heritage Council, and a skilled negotiator who has a keen understanding of the political and administrative processes surrounding heritage matters.

  • Mary-Lynne Taylor - has built an impressive legal practice that focuses exclusively on environmental and planning law. She has extensive experience drafting and advising on planning and heritage agreements, as well as the complex area of biobanking.

  • Steven Griffiths – is an Associate in Bartier Perry’s Environment and Planning group. As well as being a specialist environment and planning lawyer, Steven is an experienced town planner with a background in local government in NSW.

 
Please feel free to extend this invitation to colleagues where appropriate.

Time

5.45 - 6.00pm  Registration
6.00 - 7.00pm  Presentation
7.00 - 8.00pm  Networking & refreshments

Venue

Bartier Perry - Level 10, 77 Castlereagh Street, Sydney 

 

Cost

Free of charge