Francelle advises on a broad range of resource management issues. She specialises in assisting clients with major urban development and infrastructure projects, in particular residential (including retirement villages), water and wastewater, education (tertiary and secondary), town centre and large master-planned developments (retail, commercial), quarrying and clean-fills. She has considerable experience managing large project teams across a range of disciplines.
Francelle also offers specialist advice on law reform and district and regional plan formulation. She was closely involved in the Proposed Auckland Unitary Plan process, including convening submitter working groups to reach collaborative outcomes, and participation in mediations/hearings for a large number of clients and industry groups.
Principal, Greenwood Roche 2016 –
Senior Associate (previously Senior Solicitor, Solicitor), Russell McVeagh 2007 – 2016
Solicitor, Richard Max & Co, London 2005 - 2006
Solicitor, Jeffrey Green Russell, London 2004 - 2005
Solicitor, Minter Ellison 2003
LLB (Hons) / BA
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