Tom Game / Principal
BA, LLB (Hons), GDLP
Tom has been with the firm since 2006 and has skills in all areas of property development and environment approval related matters.
Tom advises and represents clients in planning and development, heritage, native vegetation, environment protection and pollution and real property issues.
Tom has advised on a vast spectrum of development proposals, from residential subdivisions to shopping centres, for individuals and companies alike.
His work includes preparation and management of contentious and complex development applications, advising on processing of proposals, representations, submissions against heritage listing and drafting land management agreements. Tom provides advice on easements and encumbrances, native vegetation clearance, land acquisition, site contamination, water licensing and all associated government liaison and administrative law issues.
A keen advocate, Tom represents clients in both the Supreme Court and the Environment, Resources & Development Court, particularly in planning and development appeals and enforcement proceedings. He appears regularly at Development Assessment Panel and council meetings.
Tom brings an outcome-driven approach to his legal and strategic advice.
Tom has previously sat on the Property Council of Australia’s Shopping Centres Committee and is an active member of the PCA’s Industrial Development Committee. He also sits on the Urban Development Institute of Australia (SA) Land and Housing Supply Committee.