2024 Intensive: Navigating Key Updates: Contract for Sale & The Planning Act 2023 (ACT)

The 2024 Intensive Conference: Navigating Key Updates - Contract for Sale & The Planning Act 2023 (ACT)

Learn about the latest changes to the Contract for Sale (including essential updates on swimming pool disclosure requirements) and a general update from the Property Law Committee. Then, dive deep into the new concepts within the Planning Act 2023 (ACT) and the Territory Plan and understanding their impact on property development and regulation.

Adam Peppinck

Adam is a partner at Clayton Utz, with over 20 years' experience acting on broad range of structured property transactions for public and private sector clients. He is renowned for his legal accuracy, his commerciality, and his responsiveness.  Adam acts widely for Commonwealth departments and agencies.  Recent notable projects including acting for the Australian Electoral Commission in relation to its national leasing requirements for the 'Voice' referendum, and acting for the Department of Finance in relation to its management and administration of National Land. His private sector clients comprise various developers and institutional landlords, including Hindmarsh, LEDA, Corval, Oceana Property Partners, Realmont, and Willemsen.


Chris Wheeler

Chris, the lead real estate, construction, and infrastructure partner at King & Wood Mallesons in Canberra, specialises in commercial, property, and development projects, along with construction, planning, and environment law. Renowned across business, government, and education sectors, Chris has earned acclaim for his broad expertise. Notable clients, including Australian National University, QIC, ISPT, and government bodies, attest to his depth of knowledge. His impressive portfolio encompasses high-profile projects like the Kingston Arts Precinct, A$1bn developments for QIC, ANU's Union Court revitalisation, and transformative work for SLA, CPPIC, and UC.


  • This is an on-demand webinar you can watch at anytime - a link and password will be sent to you when you register. 
  • Members will earn 1 CPD point in core area 4
  • This event was recorded at The 2024 Intensive Conference, held on Wednesday 13 March and Thursday 14 March
  • This webinar will expire on 31 December 2024
  • Cost: $50 members, $70 non-members


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Non-member registration $70.00(GST incl.) Register

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