About Rosanne Meurling
Rosanne provides advice and conducts litigation for a variety of clients in the areas of town planning, environmental and valuation/resumption law.
She has a keen interest in town planning law, being one of the authors of Planning and Development Queensland, a loose-leaf publication about the planning legislation.
Rosanne also actively participates in law reform though her committee memberships of the Property Council of Australia (Qld Division) and the Planning Institute of Australia (Qld Division). She is a member of the Planning Committee of the Property Council of Australia (Qld Division) and the chair of the professional development committee of the Planning Institute of Australia (Qld Division). Rosanne is also a member of the Planning and Environment Law Committee of the Queensland Law Society and the Legislation Review Committee of the Queensland Environmental Law Association.
Rosanne has particular interest and expertise in assisting clients to make development applications and obtain development approvals, in the redevelopment of heritage buildings and in undertaking planning and environmental due diligence. In the area of valuation and resumption law, Rosanne acts for both resuming authorities and land owners.
Rosanne's clients include developers, infrastructure authorities and the Queensland State Government for whom she provides advice and litigation services with respect to a variety of projects.