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The organisation considers that a detailed knowledge and appreciation of relevant environmental and planning legislation is critical to all successful ecological assessment and management projects. The organisation prides itself on understanding the intricacies of the regulatory environment, particularly the Vegetation Management Act 1999 and Environmental Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999, and determining appropriate approval pathways. Ecological Survey & Management has the capability to undertake all aspects of ecological assessment including:

  • Terrestrial flora and fauna surveys
  • Ecological Equivalence Methodology Assessments
  • EPBC Act referrals and negotiations
  • Vegetation and weed mapping
  • Opportunities and constraints analysis
  • Regional ecosystem map verification and modification
  • Regrowth vegetation map verification and modification
  • Preparation of PMAVs
  • Bushfire hazard assessment and management
  • Vegetation management plans
  • Rehabilitation and revegetation plans
  • Biodiversity enhancement strategies
  • Offset assessment and management
  • Assessing and managing legislative implications
  • Threatened species assessment and management
  • Fauna management plans
  • On-ground fauna management (spotter catcher works)
  • Environmental management plans and strategies
  • Expert witness testimony.


 

 



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