Belinda Moharich practices in the areas of planning and environment law. She provides advice to clients regarding their subdivision and building projects, from pre-acquisition due diligence, through the subdivision and development approval process, and to representing clients at the State Administrative Tribunal.
As well has having worked in private law firms, Belinda has extensive experience working for the State government – she worked as a lawyer in-house for the Ministry for Planning (now Department of Planning), where she was instructing officer on a number of pieces of State planning legislation. She was appointed as the Principal Registrar and a senior member of the Town Planning Appeal Tribunal in 2003, and as a member of the State Administrative Tribunal in January 2005, before returning to private practice in July 2005.
Belinda holds a Bachelor of Laws and a Bachelor of Arts (Planning) from the University of Queensland, and is also a qualified town planner. She is currently completing her Masters of Urban Policy and Strategy at the University of New South Wales.
Belinda is an accredited mediator with LEADR. She is a member of the Law Society of Western Australia and the Planning Institute of Australia.
Her understanding of government decision-making processes and of town planning concepts allows her to provide practical and pro-active legal advice to clients.