mining, NSW, environment, environmental consultant, approvals, mining, ecology, heritage

Niche supports clients in the mining sector

Niche supports clients in the mining sector NSW Mining’s Health, Safety, Environment and Community (HSEC) Conference is the industry’s largest annual event, bringing together industry leaders, senior government representatives and HSEC professionals.   Conference attendees will hear some incredible stories about safe working practices, learn strategies for fostering a healthy workplace and see some of…

archaeologist, heritage

Niche grows to 50 people, with six new appointments to the heritage consulting team

Niche grows to 50 people, with six new appointments to the heritage consulting team It’s an exciting time at Niche!  With strong demand from our clients and a solid pipeline of interesting projects, our multidisciplinary team is growing.  To ensure we continue to deliver high quality services to support our clients’ projects, we’re strengthening and…

biodiversity offsetting nsw

Biodiversity Offsetting: Niche delivers excellent outcomes for our clients and for conservation

Biodiversity Offsetting: Niche delivers excellent outcomes for our clients and for conservation Biodiversity offsets aim to sustainably address the environmental impacts of development and are an unavoidable component of project approvals in most states in Australia. But offsets can be extremely expensive and so may influence a project’s financial viability. At Niche, we provide strategic…

Aiden Campbell joins our growing team is Brisbane

Aiden Campbell joins our growing team is Brisbane We are very pleased to announce the appointment of Aiden Campbell who joins Niche’s Brisbane office to lead our growing environmental team in Queensland. Aiden has worked as an environmental professional for over 10 years, both as a consultant and with regulatory government agencies. He has significant…

Amendments to the Queensland DES Flora Survey Trigger Map have potential to affect projects across the state

Amendments to the Queensland DES Flora Survey Trigger Map have potential to affect projects across the state The Queensland Department of Environment and Science (DES) Flora Survey Trigger map has recently been amended to incorporate the latest information about where Endangered, Vulnerable and Near Threatened (EVNT) plants are present or are likely to be present.…

Pacific Highway Upgrade – Ecology Update

Pacific Highway Upgrade – Ecology Update The project Niche Environment and Heritage was engaged by Roads and Maritime Services to undertake ecological monitoring services for the Pacific Highway upgrade between Port Macquarie and Eungai. This major upgrade project improves highway safety, reduces travel times and improves local access. As part of the ecological monitoring for…

Parramatta Square

Parramatta Square The project Parramatta Square is a landmark development at the heart of Parramatta and is one of the largest urban development transformation projects in Australia today. The new Parramatta Square includes public spaces that incorporate heritage places and buildings such as Parramatta Town Hall. Niche’s excavations will be at ‘5 Parramatta Square’, Parramatta…

Bluey’s Estate

Bluey’s Estate Project outline Niche was commissioned by MidCoast Council to prepare an ecological assessment for the proposed subdivision known as Blueys Estate. The properties represent a significant holding of approximately 351.5 hectares, located to the east of The Lakes Way, between the villages of Pacific Palms and Smith Lakes, NSW. The land was under…

heritage, archaeology, consultant, road, RMS, NSW

Niche joins RMS heritage panel

Niche joins RMS heritage panel Niche Environment and Heritage has been approved by RMS as a prequalified supplier for heritage services as part of the NSW government road agency’s Environmental Services panel. Niche is now prequalified to provide services for Aboriginal cultural heritage and cultural values, and Non-Aboriginal cultural heritage. To date, Niche has been…