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Bell Gully

LEVEL 21, VERO CENTRE, 48 SHORTLAND STREET, PO BOX 4199, AUCKLAND 1140, NEW ZEALAND
Tel:
Work +64 9 916 8800
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Fax +64 9 916 8801
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http://www.bellgully.com
Auckland, Wellington

Jane Holland

Tel:
Work +64 9 916 8983
Email:
Bell Gully

Work Department

Property.

Position

Property and real estate, Transport, Infrastructure and projects, Māori, Overseas investment

Career

​Jane's area of practice is commercial property and real estate with a particular focus on leasing and development projects. Her clients value her extensive knowledge of the industry and the market and her level of expertise.

Jane is a recognised expert and applies her extensive knowledge to clients on the leasing, sale and purchase of commercial properties including design and build projects and sale and lease back transactions. Jane acts for key players in the New Zealand property market including major developers, retailers and forestry companies. She has a reputation for being commercially astute and highly proactive and efficient.

Jane has co-​authored the New Zealand Property Council Retail Lease and authored the current edition of the New Zealand Property Council Office Lease. She has also authored a Green Lease Schedule on behalf of a number of major property owners in the property market, and a suite of seismic, insurance and re-instatement lease clauses. In demand as a speaker on property issues, Jane presents seminars on numerous topics, including green leasing for members of CoreNet Global, the world's leading professional association for corporate real estate and workplace executives.

Admitted - 1987 England and Wales, 1998 New Zealand International Career: Kenneth Elliott and Rowe, London 1985-1996.

Member

Member of University of Auckland Property Advisory Board​
Presenter for CoreNet and the Property Council and Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors
Director of SPCA Auckland

Education

LLB, University of Leeds LLM, University of Bristol.


New Zealand

Real estate and construction

Within: Leading individuals

Jane Holland - Bell Gully

Within: Real estate and construction

Bell Gully¬†'provides high levels of service, its responsiveness is consistently excellent and the firm has real depth and breadth of property law expertise coupled with sound commercial acumen'. In Auckland, real estate practice head¬†Andrew Petersen¬†is 'highly responsive and displays excellent commercial judgement'. He advised TńĀmaki Redevelopment on the development of a mixed tenure housing project that was converted from social housing.¬†Karl Anderson¬†and Wellington-based¬†Hugh¬† Kettle¬†also played key roles. Among the firm's standout practitioners are¬†Jane Holland,¬†who handled an acquisition for Vital Healthcare Property Trust,¬†Simon Ladd¬†and construction, infrastructure and local government specialist Tom Bennett,¬†who is 'a star - his expertise in the construction area makes him a top lawyer, and he is pragmatic, effective and conscientious'.¬†David Chisnall¬†is among the most experienced¬†commercial property partners in the country. 'Thorough-yet-pragmatic' special counsel Sally Whincop¬†and senior associates¬†Ian Becke¬†and¬†Paula Ormandy¬†are also recommended.

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