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City of Fremantle Urban Forest Plan

City of Fremantle Urban Forest Plan

September 6, 2017 | Under | Posted by | No Comments

  A key project arising from the City of Fremantle’s Green Strategy 2020 was to prepare and implement an Urban Forest Plan (UFP). It was intended that the UFP will build on the principles and objectives of the Green Plan 2020 and develop further detail to identify and implement the most effective way for the…

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State Barrier Fence TEC Mapping WA

State Barrier Fence TEC Mapping WA

April 24, 2016 | Under | Posted by | No Comments

  Ecoscape was engaged by Department of Agriculture and Food Western Australia to conduct a desktop review to identify whether the recently endorsed Eucalypt Woodlands of the Western Australian Wheatbelt Threatened Ecological Community (TEC) occurs within the proposed State Barrier Fence alignment. Existing data and mapping was reviewed to identify the species and vegetation types…

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Newmont Boddington Gold Life Of Mine Extension Project VIA

  Newmont operates the Newmont Boddington Gold mine which is located in the Shire of Boddington, approximately 17 km northwest of the town of Boddington. Newmont proposed to expand this mine by adding additional waste rock dumps and residue disposal areas. As part of this expansion Newmont requested approval to extend the Life of Mine…

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Karara 132kv Transmission Line Visual Impact Assessment

    Ecoscape were sub-contracted by Strategen in 2008 to undertake a Visual Impact Assessment of Western Power’s proposed 132kV transmission line upgrade from Eneabba to Koolanooka. The purpose of this assessment was to assess the potential visual impacts of the various alignment options based on a visual landscape evaluation. The project was conducted in…

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Garden Island Weed & Bushland Condition Assessment (2000-2012)

  Ecoscape has conducted bushland condition and weed surveys of Garden Island every two years since 2000 till 2012 for the Department of Defence. Each time, a strategic grid survey was performed surveying the cover-abundance of high priority weeds, most notably Arum Lily. The aim of the assessment was: to determine the effectiveness of existing…

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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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Western Suburbs Greening Plan

Western Suburbs Greening Plan

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

A Greening Plan is a structured and systematic approach to managing, protecting, preserving and enhancing existing vegetation in parks and reserves, private land and road reserves. Ecoscape was engaged by the Western Suburbs Regional Organisation of Councils (WESROC) to prepare a Greening Plan which offered a new strategic direction for conservation planning in the western…

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Lancelin Defence Training Area Public Environmental Review

The PER required the consortium to assess the proposal in the context of the local and regional environments including the natural, social, cultural and built environments. A land use structure planning process was developed in accordance with the range of uses proposed by the Department of Defence and GIS analysis undertaken to determine the most…

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MCA & GIS Prioritisation of Remnant Vegetation

Multi-criteria analysis (MCA) was chosen as the best way of comparing the ecological values and risks of numerous blocks of remnant vegetation. Use of the existing spatial data allowed criteria related to these values and risks to be generated. An initial meeting was held with key stakeholders to determine suitable criteria of biodiversity assets and…

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