Kirstie Richards

Pinsent Masons has strengthened its energy and infrastructure capabilities in Sydney with the addition of partner Kirstie Richards and senior associates Luke Salem and Alec Kibblewhite to lead the firm’s Australian planning and environment capabilities in its Sydney office. Richards is an environmental and planning partner, with a particular focus on energy, renewables, infrastructure and oil and gas sectors. The team advises energy generators, renewable energy developers and construction companies on complex large scale environmental projects. They join from K&L Gates, where Richards established and led its environment and planning practice nationally. Richards has advised on a number of high profile projects, including the multi-billion Clarke Creek Wind and Solar Farm project in Queensland, the Tallawarra B Power Station, and the 200MW Collector wind farm project in NSW.

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