Clean Energy Finance Corporation’s A$54 Million Financing Of A Sustainable Residential Development In Melbourne

Herbert Smith Freehills has advised the Clean Energy Finance Corporation on the deal.

Clean Energy Finance Corporation (CEFC) financed a sustainable residential development located in Northcote, Melbourne.
The 8 star housing development involves the construction and sale by property developer Metro of 74 semi-detached townhouses with market-leading sustainability features and low emission technology initiatives including electric vehicle infrastructure and low carbon building materials.

The Herbert Smith Freehills team was led by partner Melita Cottrell (Picture), senior associate Adam Roberts and solicitor Aadidev.

Involved fees earner: Melita Cottrell – Herbert Smith Freehills; Adam Roberts – Herbert Smith Freehills;

Law Firms: Herbert Smith Freehills;

Clients: Clean Energy Finance Corporation;

Author: Sonia Carcano