Meg Johnson, a special counsel at Cooper Grace Ward Lawyers has been reappointed to the Urban Development Institute of Australia (UDIA) Queensland Infrastructure Committee.
Meg is from our property, planning and environment practice, advises on all issues relating to infrastructure, including infrastructure charges, Local Government Infrastructure Plans and reviewing documents relating to the identification, planning and delivery of infrastructure across Queensland, including the new draft State Infrastructure Strategy.
Meg was pleased to be selected again. “I’m looking forward to once again playing a significant role in advising on policy reform and important industry matters and continuing to make a valuable contribution to the UDIA and the future of urban development in Queensland.”
The announcement was made at the Institute’s most recent board meeting held in September.
The UDIA is the peak body for all urban development related issues in Queensland and aims to support the development industry in creating world class communities.
More information on Cooper Grace Ward’s property, planning and environment practice can be found here.
Read more about Meg Johnson here.