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Millers Pool

Millers Pool

May 5, 2017 | Under | Posted by | No Comments

  The new design of Millers Pool aims to reflect the rich history of the site whilst recreating the habitat once used by local fauna. Prior to the redevelopment in 2016, Millers Pool was known as an important breeding ground for Black Bream (Acanthopagrus butcheri). The pool provided a sheltered environment for the juvenile fish,…

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Cockburn Central West

Cockburn Central West

May 5, 2017 | Under | Posted by | No Comments

  The Cockburn Central West project includes a large POS parkland reserve that includes an existing wetland, streetscapes based on the principles of living streets and the community oval connected to the City of Cockburn’s new Active Recreation Centre (ARC) facility. These elements combined, form an integrated open space network with an exciting overlap of…

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North Fremantle Foreshore Management Plan

North Fremantle Foreshore Management Plan

December 1, 2016 | Under | Posted by | No Comments

  The City of Fremantle appointed Ecoscape, in association with Lush Fire and Planning, to develop a vegetation management plan, incorporating bushfire management, for the North Fremantle Foreshore.  This resulting document, North Fremantle Foreshore Vegetation Management, address management of risks to native vegetation communities, aims to improve ecological integrity, enhance passive recreational values, preserve heritage…

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Southern Lakes Rehabilitation Plan

Southern Lakes Rehabilitation Plan

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

The plan determined the criteria and identified the route for the pipeline corridor. Ecoscape then developed a plan for the post construction phase of the project including the design and documentation of the rehabilitation works for the corridor covering 14 hectares of affected land. Works include dieback disease management, rabbit-proof fencing, seed and propagule collection,…

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West Martin Environmental Assessment

West Martin Environmental Assessment

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

Corona Capital Management is coordinating the West Martin Land Development project which is located in the vicinity of the Darling Fault, on a plateau with a minor escarpment to the Canning River Floodplain. The Environmental Protection Authority (EPA) identified a number of issues important to the potential development of the site, including river frontage and…

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Waterway Assessments of Reaches of the Lockhart & Camm Rivers

The Department of Water commissioned Ecoscape to undertake two waterway assessments as part of their continuing Water Resource Management Series publications. These surveys described and assessed the vegetation communities and their condition, recorded common plant and fauna species, identified disturbance factors and provided management recommendations from selected bush remnants. The results of these assessments have…

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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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Mosquito Control in the Peel Inlet & Harvey Estuary

As part of an on-going mosquito control programme, the Western Australian Department of Health proposed installing runnels in saltmarsh breeding areas in the Peel Inlet and Harvey Estuary, Western Australia. Runnels lessen the need for high-intensity chemical control programmes and decrease related adverse ecological impacts. Following an environmental assessment of the proposed runnelling sites, Ecoscape…

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