Lisa Hubbard - Senior Associate

Lisa Hubbard

Local Government
Mining & Resources
Property, Construction, Infrastructure & Development
Native Title, Resources & Associated Land Access

Direct number:+61 8 8217 1369
Mobile:+61 4 2803 9743
Email:lhubbard@normans.com.au

Specialisation:

    • Property and infrastructure disposals, acquisitions and developments
    • Occupancy and management arrangements, particularly for local government assets
    • General property law advice
    • Crown land
    • Private and public roads
    • Encroachments
    • Construction and procurement
    • Compulsory acquisition
    • Native title, Aboriginal heritage and land access for the resources industry

      Lisa has experience across a wide range of property and infrastructure related matters, acting for both local government and the private sector. Her experience ranges from advisory work on complex real property questions to negotiating and documenting arrangements for the use and management of real property and infrastructure assets and providing specialist advice to local government clients on compliance issues relating to property and development transactions.

      Lisa also has experience in the areas of construction and procurement, specifically acting for local government. This experience includes preparing documentation for use in construction projects, contract management, resolution of disputes and providing advice on procurement practices and probity matters.
       
      During her time at Norman Waterhouse, Lisa has also acted for local government, native title holders, pastoral lease holders and mining industry participants in matters involving native title, Aboriginal heritage and land access. This includes representing local government in the Federal Court of Australia for the Kaurna, Ngarrindjeri and Ramindjeri native title litigations and negotiating and implementing native title, land access and heritage agreements.
       
      Lisa also has significant experience in acting for councils as acquiring authorities in compulsory acquisition matters.