Julia Green Special Counsel

Julia is an environment and planning lawyer specialising in the real estate, energy and resources, agricultural and infrastructure sectors.

Julia acts for clients in a litigious, transactional and advisory capacity. She assists clients on all aspects of major projects including the initial acquisition and due diligence stage, concept planning and rezoning, obtaining the necessary approvals through to the construction and compliance stages. She also acts for clients in development and administrative law appeals in the NSW Land and Environment Court.

Julia has extensive experience in negotiating complex and high-value developer contribution agreements at both the local and State level.

Julia also acts for clients on a wide range of contamination, pollution and environmental matters and has advised organisations on best practice and opportunities related to climate change, sustainability and ESG.




Acted on numerous large residential and commercial developments including in relation to development approvals, environmental matters and voluntary planning agreements. Developments include Elara - Marsden Park, Elara Town Centre, Willowdale, The Gables and Altrove.


Advised on complex planning, environmental and compulsory acquisition issues for three major infrastructure projects including HumeLink, Snowy Transmission Project and Powering Sydney’s Future (PSF).

Australian Turf Club

Acted on the CBD and South East Light Rail Development Agreement with TfNSW. Advised on various planning and environmental matters relating to the Randwick, Canterbury and Warwick Farm racecourses.

Regis Resources

Advised on the water supply arrangements for the McPhillamy’s Gold Mine.

Gunlake Quarries

Acted on a number of development appeals in the Land and Environment Court and provided ongoing advice in relation to a quarry site and concrete batching plant.

Infrastructure NSW

Advised on various complex planning matters relating to the Barangaroo development.

Career & qualifications


  • Bachelor of Laws (First Class Honours), University of Technology, Sydney

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