Senior Associate, Wellington

Stephanie Snedden

Stephanie Snedden


Stephanie advises on the full spectrum of commercial and residential real estate work including acquisitions and disposals, development agreements, subdivisions, Public Works Act transactions and leasing across the office, retail, rural and industrial sectors.  She also has specialist expertise in forestry and climate change (ETS) matters.

  • Member of the New Zealand Society of Construction Law and Property Law Section of the New Zealand Law Society

Work highlights

Advising China Forestry Group, Remutaka Forests and Fortuna Forests

on forest investments (including buying and selling interests in land, business assets or shares), management and operational arrangements and implications of the emissions trading scheme

Advising the Ministry of Education

on the disposal and lease back of the deferred selection properties forming part of the Te Kawerau a Maki and the Ngāi Tai ki Tāmaki Treaty of Waitangi settlements

Advising Landcorp Farming (Pamu)

on the subdivision and disposal of a number of large farms and liaising with Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu in relation to the same

Advising key Government Departments and Crown Entities

(including Ministry of Education, Ministry for Primary Industries, Ministry of Health, Ministry for Pacific Peoples, New Zealand Customs Service, Worksafe New Zealand and Radio New Zealand) on complex property related matters including sales and purchases of Crown property, Public Works Act

Advising Far North Investment

on the acquisition of Stonefields Market, a high quality, multi-tenant retail centre located in Auckland's eastern suburbs

Advising Nespresso New Zealand, Max Fashions and Otago Land Group

on retail leasing matters