Land Management Plans

Land Management Plans may be required by local government authorities to support a planning application proposal.

Land Management Plans typically target actions to improve and enhance natural resources.  This can be achieved through variety of mechanisms including biodiversity improvement underpinned by the principles of Conservation Biology and Restoration Ecology. Areas that may be at risk of soil erosion can be remediated through a variety of mechanisms and strategies.

Typical outcomes of Land Management Plans include:

  • Soil erosion mitigation measure.
  • Planting lists for native vegetation based on site specific conditions and location, planting densities and methods dependent upon site size.
  • Pest plant and animal species and control mechanisms.
  • Costs and timeframes
  • Responsible persons and monitoring techniques and requirements.

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