Greenwood Roche elevates two to principal

The new principals both held senior associate positions for three years

Greenwood Roche elevates two to principal

Greenwood Roche has elevated senior associates Letitia Stenberg and Rob Harris to principal, reported the New Zealand Law Society.

Stenberg is a public construction and commercial property specialist with over 10 years of experience in both the UK and New Zealand. She specialises in acquisitions and disposals, commercial leasing and contracts, infrastructure developments, local government, property and real estate, public works, and renewables.

She has acted for various clients across the government and large commercial sectors. In addition, she assists developers of diesel development projects and solar farms with their proposals to construct standby electricity generation sites in the UK.

Most recently, Stenberg advised Watercare Services Limited on the acquisition of property rights for its climate-resilient water and wastewater network. She also helped Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency secure property rights for the road network improvements.

Harris is a construction projects specialist with also more than 10 years of experience. He has extensive expertise in a wide range of matters relating to property and construction, particularly in the context of major projects, construction law, and unit title developments.

He also has broad experience in advising clients on issues involving the Construction Contracts Act, the Public Works Act, the Unit Titles Act and the Personal Property Securities Act.

Harris has represented numerous clients from both public and private property and construction industries, such as Kāinga Ora−Homes and Communities, Ventia NZ Limited, NZ Retail Property Group and Beca Group Limited.

Stenberg and Harris both held their senior associate positions for three years.

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