JWS Consulting is a division of Johnson Winter & Slattery providing commercial consulting services.
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Our environment and planning team has extensive experience in advising on all aspects of planning environmental law, including assisting clients in obtaining all necessary planning and environment approvals and complying with those approvals throughout the duration of a project.
We also regularly assist clients in assessing project risks and provide practical advice in responding to regulatory investigations as well as acting for clients in planning and environment litigation. We advise clients across a number of sectors including energy and resources, infrastructure, education and property development.
We understand the difficulties companies face in keeping up to date with the frequent legislative and policy changes that occur in the planning and environment area and provide training for our clients on new laws and how to remain compliant in a changing environment.
We regularly advise and represent companies across all states and territories. Our team has extensive experience advising companies across a range of sectors on all aspects of:
We regularly act in proceedings involving merit appeals of planning approvals, administrative law challenges to government decisions, compulsory acquisitions and pollution and waste prosecutions.
Our experience covers:
Advising on a range of environment and planning matters including the proposed Glendell Continued Operations Project and a modification of the Mount Owen Continued Operations Project.
Defending an appeal by the Environmental Planning Authority to the Court of Criminal Appeal regarding a waste charge.
Advising on planning and environment aspects of the sale of Marda Gold Project to Ramelius Resources.
Providing advice on an investigation by the Environment Protection Authority into potential breaches of the client’s environmental protection licence and representing the client in subsequent prosecution proceedings.
Acting for a mining client in an appeal in the NSW Land and Environment Court relating to the categorisation of land by council for rating purposes.
Acting as the primary advisor in relation to environment, planning and mining related government legislation and policies.
Providing planning advice to a number of leading Sydney independent schools on future development plans for improvement and expansion of existing schools.
Providing environment, planning and mining advice in relation to the Tahmoor Mine, including preparing landholder agreements relating to potential future mine subsidence.
Samantha Daly is recognized as a leading lawyer in Environment & Climate Change for NSW.
Leading firm in Environment & Climate Change for NSW.
Samantha Daly was named as a finalist in the NSW Women in Mining Awards 2019 for Exceptional Woman in NSW Mining.
Samantha Daly is listed as a leading lawyer in Planning and Environmental Law.
Johnson Winter & Slattery’s environment and planning team recently co-acted for Greenspot, a joint venture between the owners of Borg and Bettergrow, in its acquisition of the Wallerawang coal...
This latest review commenced on 19 October 2019 and examines the operation of the EPBC Act and the extent to which its objectives have been achieved.
Earlier this week, Professor Graeme Samuel AC released his Interim Report of the Independent Review of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 (Cth) (EPBC Act).
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