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Percy Doyle Reserve, Joondalup

Percy Doyle Reserve, Joondalup

March 13, 2014 | Under | Posted by | No Comments

  Percy Doyle Reserve is the largest active sporting park in the City of Joondalup. The site is host to a range of sporting clubs, facilities and amenities including football, tennis, lawn bowls and teeball, as well as a library, leisure centre and community centre. The facilities and sports grounds were developed on an ad-hoc…

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Knutsford Redevelopment Fremantle

Knutsford Redevelopment Fremantle

February 28, 2014 | Under | Posted by | No Comments

  LandCorp required a development partner to provide urban infill in this former industrial area in Fremantle. LandCorp’s vision is to lead the market in medium density development through high quality urban architectural and environmental design.  Ecoscape undertook a detailed Landscape and Urban Design Analysis of Knutsford to provide LandCorp’s future private industry partners with…

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Woodman Point Wastewater Treatment Plant

Woodman Point Wastewater Treatment Plant

January 9, 2014 | Under | Posted by | No Comments

The landscape definition study was aimed at assisting decision making for the site and scale of the proposed new wastewater treatment plant. The landscape definition study addressed the site’s landform, vegetation, flora and fauna, land use and zoning, cultural values including European and Aboriginal heritage, visual amenity and visual resources of the site. The report…

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Gracetown Redevelopment – Visual Impact Assessment

Gracetown is a small town site located on the coast approximately 280 km south of Perth and 10 km northwest of the Margaret River. The town is a coastal tourist and recreation node with a very high landscape and scenic value. The town site is surrounded by the Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park which has a high…

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Bridgetown Biomass Power Station

Bridgetown Biomass Power Station

January 9, 2014 | Under | Posted by | No Comments

The study site’s environmental values were investigated for impacts with respect to visual amenity, flora, fauna and land capability. Ecoscape made recommendations in relation to the visual impacts of the proposed plant. These included the retention of an existing bluegum plantation and the revegetation of a buffer around the plant to provide adequate screening. Local…

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Kwinana Tip Site Visual Impact Assessment & Structure Modelling

Ecoscape was commissioned to prepare a visual impact assessment, structure modelling and landscape plan for the Thomas Road Landfill Tip Site. Ecoscape prepared modelling and design that would give the landfill structure a natural appearance and would have the lowest possible impact on the visual amenity of the surrounding area. A visual impact assessment was…

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Dongara to Cape Burney Visual Landscape Evaluation

The Department of Planning (DoP) engaged Ecoscape to undertake a visual landscape assessment of the Dongara to Cape Burney coastal region to develop strategies to manage visual landscape character. This assessment will be included in a coastal planning strategy which is being coordinated by the DoP. The strategy seeks to provide an improved system to…

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Nilgen Wind Farm Landscape & Visual Impact Assessment

Wind farm developments have numerous positive social, environmental and economic impacts however with all developments; wind farms also have a number of significant negative concerns. Pacific Hydro commissioned Ecoscape to undertake the preparation of a Landscape and Visual Impact Assessment (LVIA) for the Shire of Gingin in accordance with the Planning and Development Act 2005….

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Byford Land Developments Environmental Planning & Urban Design

Ecoscape was engaged by Corona Capital Management to undertake EIA and Urban Design services for these three developments within the City of Armadale and the Shire of Serpentine-Jarrahdale. Each site was investigated for existing environmental values and assessed for impacts from urban development necessary for the State and Council approval process. Environmental planning techniques were…

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Coral Bay Foreshore Management Plan

Coral Bay Foreshore Management Plan

January 8, 2014 | Under | Posted by | No Comments

Coral Bay is the most developed access point to the Ningaloo Marine Park and is an important tourism settlement within increased visitation. The Department of Environment and Conservation recognised the need to manage this significant site and commissioned a Foreshore Management Plan. A key outcome was to engage the community to determine the current and…

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