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The STAR – SYDNEY Casino 2009-11

Appointed as the sole agent for the Retail Planning and Leasing of the redeveloped and expanded retail, food and entertainment precinct of the $900 million extension and revamp of this iconic landmark of Sydney and Australia completed in 2011.

Southern Cross Station - 2011

Overseeing the retail planning and leasing of the redevevopment of Southern Cross Station in Melbourne for Assetco.

Southern Cross Station - Melbourne

Southern Cross Station - Melbourne

Waterfront Darwin City – Northern Territory 2007-09

Retail Planning and leasing of this mixed use development with Darwin Convention Centre, 2 major hotels, 1,300 upmarket Apartments, Overseas Ship Passenger Terminal, a Marina, Wave Pool, multi use Retail, Tavern and Major restaurants. The Toga Group.

Southern Cross Station - Melbourne

Waterfront - Darwin

Orion Springfield Town Centre – Queensland 2002-07

(Winner of the Queensland Shopping Centre of the Year 2007)

Engaged initially by James Fielding in 2002, then Mirvac, to take this Greenfield location through concept, Master Planning, Retail Planning, preparation of budgets, retail mix and full leasing of all majors, mini majors and 100 specialty shops.

Absolutely unique planning at the time for Australia, with a main street through the middle of centre and separating the 2 majors. This has since been set as a basis for the final thesis for Town Planning students in NSW

On completion the quality and range of mixed rivalled some super regional centres, particularly in the fashion area with Universal, Witchery and an array of other high quality retailers not normally found in this size centre.

Orion Springfield

Orion Springfield Shopping Centre

Soul Surfers Paradise Beach - Queensland 2007

Engaged by the Juniper Group to assist in the Retail Planning and retail design of this major retail development on Cavill Mall and Marine Parade Surfers Paradise.

Panthers – ING - 2007

Engaged to look at the master planning of a number of retail developments under investigation by the alliance of Panthers-ING over the Panthers Property Portfolio.

Southern Cross Station - Melbourne


Rhodes Waterside Shopping Centre - New South Wales - 2003

Anchored by Ikea and 2 Supermarkets, Cinemas and no DDS, together with the recently disastrous opening of the similar concept Victoria Gardens, provided some unique challenges in selling the concept to the retail marketplace.

Southern Cross Station - Melbourne

Ikea perspective - Rhodes Waterside

Engaged by CB Richard Ellis under instruction from The Walker Corporation, to lead their leasing team for this very different Brownfield centre. Fully leased on time, and above budget .

Green Hills Shopping Centre – Maitland 2001-03

Engaged by Woolworths to oversee the retail planning and leasing by Jones Lang LaSalle of the redevelopment and major expansion of this once very old and tired centre.

The redevelopment was in 2 stages saw me involved in the relocation of tenants, both permanent and temporary, the termination of many existing tenants, the new retail mix and planning, budgeting, and lease negotiation through to opening of Stage One and Two over a three year period.

The mix and rentals achieved saw this centre, on completion, rocket to the top performing medium size centres in the country and it remains a significant force in the Stockland portfolio.

Knox City – Victoria - 2000

AMP engaged Terry to assist in the retail planning of the O-Zone and extension of the centre.

This was purely a high level planning engagement although I was asked to assist in negotiating some of the major re locations required in the big box areas of the adjoining centre.

Skygarden – CBD Sydney - 2000

Engaged by Skygarden to remix the centre and bring activity and traffic flow through to the upper levels. Responsible for negotiating a deal with Bloch to relocate from the Strand after being an institution in that location for some 40years.

The old food court was removed from the upper level and replaced by Sky Phoenix and Bing Lee and a major tavern placed on the upper level.

The negotiation of demolition and relocation of some 15 shops from basement through Pitt St and Castlereagh and level 1 saw an area of some 2000sqm created, to finalise a deal with Borders Books (3rd store and first CBD location in Australia) with a rental in excess of $2m .

Macquarie Shopping Centre– New South Wales 1999-2000

Engagement by AMP shopping centres saw a move to Macquarie upon completion of Warringah. This engagement was again to lead a 4 strong AMP Leasing team.

Brought to the project because the mix in the new Loft concept had lost direction, I was able to complete deals with, among others, Borders Books in 2,500sqm (their second store in Australia), BaySwiss (second store) and Wheel and Barrow. All of these retailers, at that time were the prime targets of many centre and set the benchmark for home wares led precincts.

The Loft - Macquarie Shopping Centre

The Loft – Macquarie Shopping Centre

Warringah Mall – New South Wales 1998-99

Engaged by AMP Shopping Centres to lead the Leasing team of 4 from AMP for the development of Stage 2.

The mix included the food court and entertainment precincts, including large box users such as Hoyts, Rebel Sport, Surf Dive N’ Ski and community based uses such as the Library whilst the focus of the old areas was to introduce a quality home wares precinct with retailers such as Wheel & Barrow.

As an existing Super Regional the project required some major re shuffling of the mix in the existing centre and the negotiations relating to these issues. The centre was re mixed from the Dolphin Court (original centre prior to Stage 1) through to Stage 2.

A 2 year construction program which had its own major difficulties, made the negotiation of relocation of existing tenants and securing of a new and strong mix into the development areas a delicate process.

Warringah Mall

Warringah Mall

Karrinyup Shopping Centre – Western Australia - 1996-97

Engaged by Schroeder’s to complete the leasing of this major re development when the program had struck major problems both in securing appropriate tenants and meeting extremely tight timing and budget constraints.

I was able to fulfil all these requirements and along the way introduced first time retailers to WA such as Kookai (their first shop outside Melbourne) and Pumpkin Patch. The final mix was extremely high quality and led the way for centres in WA.

Chatswood Chase – New South Wales - 1996

Engaged by Schroeder’s to assist their team in completion of the leasing of this major re development, with a particular focus on the difficult upper levels.

Negotiated the Harvey Norman deal directly with Gerry Harvey, at a time when his preference was not to go into leased premises. The area negotiated had huge challenges re ceiling heights, delivery, vertical access from the centre, and customer pick up. All these issues were overcome and finessed into a deal, which far exceeded the budget rental for this area.