Ivor is a commercial property and tourism lawyer with extensive experience across a broad spectrum of commercial and business law matters.
He specialises in advising developers and owners of office buildings, hotel portfolios, industrial properties and other major property and infrastructure projects on acquisitions, financing, joint ventures, developments, management, leasing, sales and other related matters. He also has extensive experience and skill in the taxation aspects of property matters.
Ivor has acted on the acquisition and disposal of substantial companies and businesses operating both in Australia and internationally.
The development and financing of Mariners Cove and the development and leasing of a high rise CBD office tower. Structuring industrial property syndicates and all aspects of asset acquisition, management, leasing and sale.
Developing innovative and tax effective title structures in property development to achieve developers' objectives.
Advised on an innovative ‘build, own, operate and transfer’ transaction for the provision of housing for 650 students in Sydney.
The acquisition of the ACI Glassworks factory, Waterloo, Sydney, its development into a self-storage facility, and the structured sale of the property and the business.
Acquisition and development of the Franklins supermarket business and the ongoing management of all leasing and other property matters for Franklins.
Acting on the purchase, sale, leasing and management of numerous Country Comfort, Chifley, Australis and other hotel businesses throughout Australia.
Retail leasing portfolio management.
Establishment of the International College of Tourism & Hotel Management at Manly in Sydney.
Diverse property related services to government, corporate, banking and insolvency & reconstruction clients.
Recognised in real property law
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