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Maddocks

ANGEL PLACE, 123 PITT STREET, SYDNEY, NSW 2000, AUSTRALIA
Tel:
Work +61 2 8223 6100
Fax:
Fax +61 2 9221 0872
Email:
Web:
www.maddocks.com.au
Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney
Maddocks, Bronwyn Badcock, Sydney, AUSTRALIA

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Bronwyn Badcock

Tel:
Work 61 2 9291 6122
Email:
Web:
www.maddocks.com.au/our-people/bronwyn-badcock/
Maddocks

Work Department

Property

Position

Partner

Career

Bronwyn advises corporate and government clients on all aspects of commercial property.  Her role includes acting on the sale and purchase of properties, advising land owners, developers and tenants on development and leasing transactions and acting for financiers and borrowers on property finance transactions.  Bronwyn also has extensive experience in undertaking property due diligence investigations in connection with a range of corporate and real estate transactions.

Member

Australian Property Institute, Fellow Accreditation

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Sydney University

Bachelor of Laws (Hons Class I), Sydney University


Australia

Real estate

Within: Real estate

Maddocks possesses ‘commercial as well as legal acumen’ and is noted for its ‘industry knowledge relating to complex property sales and leasing matters’. Infrastructure projects, social housing and revitalisation schemes are particular strengths. Marine Nincevic advises Development Victoria and the Department of Health and Human Services on the Markham Estate public housing development. Nick Holuigue regularly handles inbound Asian investment and advised Singapore-based World Class Global on the acquisition and finance agreements for its development projects at Southbank Boulevard and A’Beckett Street with a combined value of £1.6bn. Holuigue is ‘regarded for his all-round capability and knowledge’ and jointly heads the practice alongside Nincevic and Bronwyn Badcock. ‘Industry leader’ Alicia Albury is also singled out. Pria O’Sullivan joined from King & Wood Mallesons.

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