About Niche

Niche Environment and Heritage is an established environmental consulting company. When you work with us you’ll notice that we do things differently. We deliberately operate a geographically dispersed business model which means we don’t need to include the costs associated with a cavernous corporate space in our charge-out rates. So, when we’re not at your project site or in the field, our team members are working from their individual home offices.  Our model drives us to employ people who are experienced, self-motivated and disciplined.

So what does this mean for you?

Our experience tells us that our clients need to be heard and expect value for money. Cost management, timely response and a quality product are common goals for all projects. At Niche we understand that our clients and the success of their business is our business. We are committed to providing you with clear, independent, accurate advice and working with you throughout the life of your project to ensure its success.

Download our Statement of Capabilities.
Niche Statement of Capabilities

What sets Niche apart?

Niche is an innovative, client-focused and dependable company.  Our breadth of experience and proven ability in delivering projects sets us apart.  Our multidisciplinary team includes senior consultants who are expert botanists, zoologists, aquatic ecologists, archaeologists, cultural heritage specialists, environmental scientists and GIS experts.

Our strengths include:

  • Clear scoping of projects
  • Practical solutions to environmental problems and heritage issues
  • High quality and independent advice
  • Excellent project management skills
  • A thorough understanding of environmental and heritage legislation
  • Good working relationship with government authorities
  • Excellent technical skills
  • Effective communication
  • Positive community engagement

The Niche difference

Capacity, experience, innovation, commitment and quality – on time and on budget.

Niche consults to:

  • Government – commonwealth, state and local
  • Mining and extractive industries
  • Road and rail authorities
  • Land developers
  • Lawyers
  • Planners and architects
  • Engineers
  • Utility providers
  • The Land and Environment Court
  • Landholders