Andrea specialises in infrastructure and property development projects at a national level across a variety of industry sectors. Andrea's wide-ranging real estate practice includes mixed use property developments, complex leasing and licensing arrangements, capital transactions and general commercial law arrangements such as facilities management and services agreements.
Andrea acts for a number of corporates, financial institutions and sponsors in the renewable energy area advising on solar, wind, battery and hydrogen developments throughout Australia.
Andrea brings a pragmatic approach to transactions having spent a number of years as in-house Counsel for an ASX listed company supporting various business units within Australia and globally. Andrea has lectured internally and to clients on a wide range of property and commercial topics. She has previously worked in both Australia and England.
Suburban Rail Loop
Andrea is advising the Suburban Rail Loop Authority on real estate matters for the development of the Suburban Rail Loop Project, an integrated transport and precinct development project comprising 90km of underground rail line connecting Melbourne's middle suburbs.
Andrea is advising Perdaman Chemicals & Fertilisers on all land related matters associated with the development and operation of a new urea manufacturing facility located at Karratha, Western Australia. It will be Australia's first world scale urea plant, converting gas into urea.
Andrea advised Amp Energy on land related matters associated with its acquisition of the Molong solar farm and Hillston solar farm, both based in New South Wales. Andrea is currently advising Amp Energy on the establishment of its South Australian renewables hub and its ongoing negotiations with landowners in respect of tenure arrangements.
Andrea advised the Regional Power Corporation (trading as Horizon Power) on all land related matters associated with the development of its hybrid gas fired power station and renewable facilities (solar and wind) with battery storage capacity, in Esperance Western Australia.
On its acquisition of a one-third stake in Sydney's Quay Quarter Tower redevelopment for approximately $900 million. Rest joined two AMP Capital funds with equal stakes in the $2.7 billion project, which will see the existing AMP Centre tower and two Circular Quay blocks redeveloped.*
*Experience prior to joining White & Case.