Lucinda is a specialist in the health, aged care, and retirement village industries and brings a commercial, solutions-driven approach to corporate transactions. Lucinda’s work in the industry focuses on mergers and acquisitions/corporate structuring, regulatory advice, projects (including the development of new hospitals, care facilities, and villages), and operational contracts.
Lucinda’s clients include major players in the corporate, health, aged care and retirement village sectors, research institutes, and health funds.
Recent experience includes:
- Advised Ingenia Communities on its acquisition of 5 rental retirement villages and a tourist park. The purchases incorporated 274 senior village rental units and 236 cabin and camp sites. The units are located throughout New South Wales, Victoria, and Tasmania.
- Acted for Aquarius Group on the acquisition of 10 residential aged care facilities from Blackwood Capital Partners for approximately A$50 million. The transaction was effected by way of the acquisition of units in a property trust and shares in the trustee company, and the acquisition of the business assets from the operating company.
- Advised Chris O’Brien Lifehouse Project on the A$260 million Lifehouse facility for the provision of integrated cancer services in a new purpose-built facility on the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital campus in Sydney. This partnership is the first of its kind in Australia, and will result in one of the most significant cancer treatment and research facilities in Australia.