Niche Environment and Heritage is proud to support our growing number of clients in the urban development sector by sponsoring the annual UDIA NSW state conference.
Each year the event attracts more than 300 of the industry’s leading developers and associated professionals. This year the conference will focus on the efficient and sustainable growth of Greater Sydney during the next two decades.
Our team has significant experience in providing ecology and heritage advice for residential, industrial and commercial development projects across eastern Australia.
“Increasingly our clients are interested in changes to biodiversity conservation legislation in NSW and the implications for their developments, including potentially commercially advantageous opportunities for biodiversity offsetting,” said Lawrence Smith, regional manager in NSW.
If you’re attending the conference be sure to visit the Niche booth where you can meet director Matthew Richardson, and accredited biodiversity offsetting specialists Luke Baker and Dr Amanda Griffith.
The UDIA NSW state conference takes place on Wednesday 18 September 2019 at the Hilton, Sydney. For more information on the conference visit the UDIA website.
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