Planning for nature positive opportunities.
In response to substantial demand from our clients and an extensive portfolio of noteworthy projects in the pipeline, our multidisciplinary consulting team is expanding.
Landholders can see financial benefits from Biodiversity Stewardship Agreements, but be aware of the realities.
Australian cultural heritage expert Dr Justin Shiner discusses the importance of intangible values in cultural heritage management.
Based on over 20 years’ experience in biodiversity management in NSW, Niche experts conclude the NSW BOS offers a firm foundation for biodiversity conservation. There are opportunities to improve, but no need for wholesale change.
Justin is a fully qualified ‘heritage advisor’ meeting all the requirements of the Victorian Aboriginal Heritage Act 2006.
“This project presents a unique challenge in the assessment of complex biodiversity issues, and has provided our team with some incredible remote survey opportunities, including aerial surveying over some extraordinary landscapes.”
Biodiversity offsets aim to deliver beneficial and sustainable environmental outcomes and are an integral component of most project approvals in Australia.
Jo Nelson is a senior heritage consultant with nine years of extensive experience in Aboriginal cultural heritage and engagement, heritage legislation, built heritage, conservation principles and heritage assessment across NSW and QLD.
Happy Holidays from Niche! Our office will be closed from Friday, 23 December, until Monday, 9 January 2023
As we approach the end of another working year, we’d like to express our sincere appreciation to our clients, business partners and friends for your continued support.
Niche’s involvement in the project included providing an Aboriginal Objects Due Diligence assessment; Flora and Fauna Assessment; and a Review of Environmental Factors.
Luke Stone has over six years of experience as an ecological consultant, specialising in aquatic ecological assessment.