environmental impact assessments
Environmental impact assessments ensure that the environmental impacts of a development proposal are fully considered before it is implemented. An environmental impact assessment determines the type and severity of an activity’s environmental impact and is a normal part of the regulatory approval process and good due diligence practice.Ecoscape has prepared and participated in environmental impact assessments since our establishment, and today EIAs are a routine part of any project review and statutory approval.
Ecoscape’s environmental impact assessment capabilities include:
- flora and vegetation assessment
- fauna and related habitat assessment
- site specific characteristics assessment (aspect and relationship to the surrounding area)
- formulation of environmental management plans
- liaison with relevant government authorities (Environmental Protection Authority, Department of Parks & Wildlife, Department of Environment Regulation, Commonwealth Department of Environment & Energy, Water Corporation, heritage & the arts, and other local government bodies)
- advice on other specialist scientific expertise that may be required
- documentation of the assessment in the format required by regulators which can be used as part of an environmental management plan.
Ecoscape takes a risk-based approach to assessments focussing on environmental risks and impacts that matter. Ecoscape’s intention is to improve the environmental quality of a project and increase its sustainability by considering environmental issues when preparing project proposals, examining the alternatives, highlighting the environmental effects of proposed projects and proposing appropriate mitigation measures.
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North Fremantle WA 6159
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Ecoscape offices are located in Walyalup on the northern banks of the Derbal Yerrigan, on the traditional lands of the Whadjuk people of the Noongar nation. We work on many lands throughout Australia and acknowledge the Traditional Owners of Country throughout Australia and their continuing connection to land, sea and community and pay our respects to their cultures, ancestors and Elders.