The National War Memorial Park in Wellington is being developed as the Government's key project to mark the centenary of the Gallipoli landing in the First World War.
Greenwood Roche advised the Ministry for Culture & Heritage on the land and construction aspects of the National War Memorial Park (Pukeahu) project, to be completed for the ANZAC day commemorations in 2015.
The national electricity grid is owned by the State-owned enterprise, Transpower New Zealand, with lower voltage distribution lines owned by a range of locally and publicly owned entities.
Greenwood Roche advises Transpower on all property aspects relating to the national grid including the new 400kV-capable transmission line between Whakamaru, in south Waikato, and Auckland.
The Government has, as one of its key priorities, the recovery and rebuild of Canterbury following the devastating earthquakes in Canterbury in 2010 and 2011.
Greenwood Roche advised the Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority on anchor projects to assist with the recovery, including the health precinct, the south frame and the east frame.
Transpower is currently constructing the new 220kV transmission line connecting Wairakei and Whakamaru, assisting with the development of renewable electricity generation around Taupo.
Greenwood Roche has acted for Transpower on the acquisition of property rights for this project. Our work has included the acquisition of easements, Maori land issues, advice on compulsory acquisition rights, emissions trading issues and compensation entitlements.
Partner, Greenwood Roche 2014 –
Principal, Greenwood Roche 2010 – 2014
Senior Lawyer, Greenwood Roche 2005 – 2010
Senior Solicitor, Chapman Tripp 2004 – 2005
Solicitor, Chapman Tripp 2000 – 2004
Law Clerk, Cuningham Taylor 1998 – 2000
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