Greg Hassall




Greg is a highly experienced specialist in property law. He has acted for some of Australia's leading developers, and advises local government and authorities on issues such as stamp duty, leasing, licensing, joint ventures, sales and acquisitions.

Greg is also a regular commentator on property development and commercial leasing issues.

Greg is a committee member for the Queensland Branch of the Australian Council of Shopping Centres, on the Queensland retail committee for the Property Council of Australia, and a member of the Infrastructure Association of Queensland.

Key deals

Queensland State Government

Advised in relation to a wide variety of property and infrastructure matters including tenders, property developments on State land (including by the State and by third parties), sales, purchases, leases (both as lessor and lessee) and other access rights including easements and rights of entry. Departments advised include Queensland Health, Housing and Public Works, Transport and Main Roads, Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry and Education, Training and Employment.


Acts nationally for 151 Property and Blackstone in their commercial and industrial leasing and for Australia Post, National Australia Bank, Frasers Property Group and Fabcot Pty Ltd (Woolworths Limited’s development subsidiary), in their retail portfolio matters.


Acted in leasing transactions for Waterfront Place, Eagle Street Pier and 150 Charlotte Street.

Queensland Health and various Hospital and Health Services

Extensively advised on their property development and leasing transactions including third party developments and leasing of hospital land (such as various teaching facilities to the University of Queensland and James Cook University).

Sales and purchases

Significant sales and purchase matters include the development, sale (of apartment, retail and hotel components), repurchase and resale (of the hotel component) at Saville South Bank, the original purchase and then the sale of the Energex Building, 150 Charlotte Street Brisbane, and the purchase of the mixed retail and commercial building at 88 Musk Avenue Kelvin Grove, Brisbane for Queensland University of Technology.

Department of Transport and Main Roads

Advised the lessee from the State of Queensland on complicated access regimes in respect of rail corridor land and the development of the Wiggins Island Coal Export Terminal.

Tenure issues

Acted for numerous local governments (including Scenic Rim, Logan, Gold Coast and Redland) in respect of their property development and infrastructure work including resumptions (freehold and easements), section 15 agreements, easements, acquisitions and disposals, subdivisions, community facilities and infrastructure, large scale tenders and expressions of interest.