David Stott

David Stott was admitted in NSW in 2006 and is a Property Law Accredited Specialist.

David has worked across sectors including Local and State Government, Property Development, Registered Clubs, Telecommunications, Sports, Infrastructure and Projects and Retail (Leasing).

David is dual qualified being originally admitted as a Solicitor of England & Wales in 2002. He is an Accredited Specialist in Property Law (2013), a current member of the NSW Law Society’s Property Law Committee and a former Chair of the NSW Law Society’s Strata Law CPD program.

Experience

David’s experience includes:

  • A Western Sydney registered club & harness racing organisation: Advising on a $100 million sale, refinance and relocation;
  • A publicly listed NSW developer: Advising with respect to:
    • the due diligence and acquisition of a $360 million 9.2 hectare residential development site at Wentworth Point;
    • a $240 million proposed acquisition of a mixed use development site at Wentworth Point involving a strata subdivision and construction of 125 residential lots, restaurants and boating facilities and associated marina;
  • Land & Housing NSW: Advising on EOI / Tender and development agreements in relation to the construction and strata subdivision of 155 private and 68 social housing lots from Land & Housing NSW including community library facilities involving Canterbury Council;
  • The Hills Shire Council: Advising in relation to the extension of Castle Hill Shopping Centre with a series of complex agreement for leases involving relocation of above and below ground asset infrastructure, closure of roads and strata and stratum air space leases;
  • Various local government Councils: Assisting with lease, licence and agreement drafting for commercial & community uses including Schools and Pre-schools, NSW sporting codes, Airports, Museums, Aquatic Centres & Cinemas; and
  • Assisting with the co-ordination and interdependent and conditional collective sale of 50 lot owners across two adjoining strata schemes in Macquarie Park under the urban renewal provisions of the Strata Schemes Management Act 2015.

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