受污染土地
JBS&G 是一家业内领先的处理各种受污染土地的专业公司
地下水修复
 擅于迅速给出地下水修复措施
环境影响评估
JBS&G专长于提供给地方、州和国家政府审批的环境、社会和经济影响评估。
审核与合规
我们的审核师涵盖了所有州省的审核系统 (Vic – 53x & 53v Audits, NSW Auditor Scheme, WA DER, SA EPA, NT EPA, Qld DEH...
卫生健康与有害物质
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尽职调查和责任
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Consentium
Provides strategic advisory services to organisations delivering projects in sensitive social and environmental contexts.

Projects

We undertook the referral, assessment and achieved approval of the first EPBC Act approval of a project impacting the Banksia Woodland Threatened Ecological Community in Western Australia. We also provided all environmental services to support Structure Planning and subdivision approval.

The project proposed to impact Black Cockatoo Species habitat and Banksia Woodlands of the Swan Coastal Plain Threatened Ecological Community.

Our land development team designed, led and delivered all aspects of the proposal including:

  • technical assessment of environmental values of project site
  • development of EPBC Act assessment and approval strategy, including engagement with all relevant stakeholders, specifically, Department of Environment and Energy (DEE), Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions and City of Wanneroo
  • referral of project under EPBC Act
  • development of Preliminary Documentation (assessment). Being the first assessment for the Banksia Woodland TEC, significant learning was done with the Department of Environment and Energy on how to interpret the Conservation Advice and on key issues such as how to consider Like for Like offsets
  • coordination of public advertising and response to submissions
  • identification of suitable potential offsets available through DBCA
  • technical assessment of offset sites
  • demonstration of suitability of offset sites and attainment of agreement of offset quantum via the offset calculator
  • achievement of agreement on conditions and staging of post approval requirements commensurate with development stages.

There were a number of key challenges associated with the project including:

  • a high level of community interest in the clearing of Black Cockatoo habitat
  • first assessment of Banksia Woodland Threatened Ecological Community. Complexity of assessment of proposal by the Department of Environment and Energy was complicated by evolution of Departmental policy position as it interpreted the Conservation Advice for the Banksia Woodland
  • offset identification, assessment and negotiation was required to anticipate and respond to evolving Departmental policy.
Eglinton, WA