Gas Line Flora and Fauna Management Plan – Ripley Valley QLD

Gas Line Flora and Fauna Management Plan – Ripley Valley QLD
30
Sep

In 2014 Natura Pacific was engaged to undertake surveys and provide a flora and fauna management plan for the installation of a proposed gas pipeline in Ripley Valley Qld. Additionally, a full review of the planning documentation required by government authorities was undertaken to ensure that the proposal met or exceeded all statutory requirements for the protection of the flora and fauna potentially impacted by the proposal. On-ground surveys undertook a full fauna and flora assessment, including individual assessment of all trees with a diameter at breast height of greater than 40 cm, with all survey information transferred to comprehensive maps of the site. The recommendations made to the client detailed protective measures and methodologies for all aspects of the proposal including issues such as installation methods, vegetation and habitat management actions, vegetation and significant flora protection, auguring and tunnel boring procedures, tree protection safety fencing and root zone disturbance, fauna management actions and sediment control.    – ECOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT – ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNING – ENVIRONMENTAL LEGISLATIVE REQUIREMENTS – ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTING –

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