Australia: [Webinar] Are you risking prosecution under environmental and planning laws?
Last Updated: 4 July 2016

Event details

When Location Contact Cost
July 27, 2016 Online T - +61 7 3231 2400 $110
12:15pm for 12:30pm to 1:30pm

In carrying out their daily activities, owners of commercial properties must comply with numerous planning, land use, building and environmental obligations. Failure to do so can have very serious consequences, such as prosecution, significant fines or stop work orders, which may impact the bottom line and viability of business.

In this webinar, Leanne O'Neill from our planning, land use and environment practice will set out the key impacts that owners of commercial properties and their advisers will need to consider, including:

  • the duty to report and mitigate in the case of an accident causing environmental contamination or harm
  • the need for development and planning approvals
  • changes to development applications.

Leanne will also discuss recent cases we have worked on to highlight the very serious consequences of failing to comply with planning, land use and environment obligations.

We hope that you are able to join us.

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