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Our people

Real, approachable, and an asset you can’t do without. We set the bar at excellence at Harkness Henry, and our specialist team is nothing less. Passionate about our practice, each of our lawyers is highly regarded in their field of expertise, and our team members are often asked to advise on significant issues affecting the Waikato region and economy. They’re ready to listen, set to respond, and are always working for your best – come and meet them in one of our offices in Hamilton, Cambridge and Paeroa.

Our people

Real, approachable, and an asset you can’t do without. We set the bar at excellence at Harkness Henry, and our specialist team is nothing less. Passionate about their practise, each of our lawyers is highly regarded in their field of expertise, and our team members are often asked to advise on significant issues affecting the Waikato region and economy. They’re ready to listen, set to respond, and are always working for your best – come and meet them.

Matthew Peploe - Harkness Henry Partner
Alexandria Till - Harkness Henry Partner
Charlotte Muggeridge - Harkness Henry Associate
Erica Quilter - Harkness Henry Associate
Greg Thomas - Harkness Henry Associate
Jake Casey - Harkness Henry Managing Partner
Dr. Joan Forret - Harkness Henry Partner
Sandra Braithwaite - Harkness Henry Partner
Sarah Rawcliffe - Harkness Henry Partner
Murray Branch - Harkness Henry Consultant
Paul Middlemiss - Harkness Henry Consultant
Annette Edwards - Harkness Henry Senior Associate
Chris Marr - Harkness Henry Senior Associate
Karen Shaw - Harkness Henry Senior Associate
Sue Addison - Harkness Henry Registered Legal Executive
Anna Suckling - Harkness Henry Legal Assistant
Sue Toms - Harkness Henry Legal Executive
Tania Jones - Harkness Henry Legal Executive
Kerri Tozer - Harkness Henry IT Manager
Teresa Baird - Harkness Henry Office Manager

Our latest thinking

Our latest thinking

Resource Management (Freshwater and Other Matters) Amendment Bill

The Government is continuing its phased approach to its promised resource management reform. Phase one of the reform repealed the Natural and Built Environment Act and Spatial Planning Act. These Acts were repealed in December 2023.
Implications Of Waikato Regional Plan Change 1

What is a LIM Report and why we recommend purchasers get one.

Harkness Henry recommends that all purchasers invest in a Land Information Memorandum (LIM Report) as part of their investigations into a property that they are interested in purchasing.

Developer Contributions

A development contribution is a one-off charge imposed on new developments as a contribution to any growth-related costs relating to infrastructure required for the development. The reason that these are imposed is commonly to contribute to a cities long-term growth.

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