Wynn Williams' renowned property team is made up of experienced lawyers specialising in commercial, industrial and mixed land use, and residential and rural property matters. We have a range of clients, including domestic and international companies, listed entities, public and private bodies, intergenerational landowners, entrepreneurs and everyday New Zealanders.
We specialise in both commercial and residential property, so whatever your needs, we can put together an expert team for your individual situation. Find out about our specific services in one of the sections below.
Our dedicated commercial property team has extensive experience throughout the sector. We have built a reputation for providing measured, uncomplicated advice that delivers the best use of a client's assets for the highest return. The guidance this specialist team provides our clients is further complemented by our ability to draw from other disciplines within the firm, including environment and planning, corporate and construction. We well understand the need to balance commercial and regulatory requirements and have done so with great dexterity for many clients. We act for publicly listed companies, portfolio landlords, national and international retail chains, private owners, developers, occupiers and investors.Read more
Wynn Williams advises clients in all aspects of residential and rural property. Whether it's for individuals, or business entities such as partnerships, companies and trusts - we offer ongoing advice and support from beginning to end. We also advise on a multitude of farming operations, including the sale and purchase of farmland, farm related business transactions, due diligence from sales and acquisitions, and irrigation company agreements.
Part of our property work is guiding you through the steps to protect your assets and ensure you and your family are set up for the future.Read more
The New Zealand property market is in constant motion and a newer element of the market is Build to Rent (BTR) developments. There are a few key players currently operating in this space, including Simplicity, Kiwi Property and Arc Residential. If suggested changes to the OIO framework are passed, this list is likely to grow.