Laterals Environmental continues to extend a broad range of environmental services to its client base, providing the highest quality of work in a professional and timely manner to meet both your personal and legislative requirements.
The Team at Laterals Environmental have strong backgrounds in a range of environmental and agricultural sciences and have considerable experience dealing with natural resource management issues in both urban and rural settings.
Our clients include primary producers, developers, extractive industries, local and state government and community groups across Australia and internationally. We are continually expanding within the business and throughout the industry while working with our clients to achieve their desired outcomes.
Our team is experienced in providing the following services:
Flora and fauna assessments for all levels of development applications
Assessments of significance
Species impact statements
Ecological surveys and monitoring
Macroinvertebrate sampling, assessment and monitoring
Statements of environmental effects
Geotechnical Reporting and Assessment
Onsite effluent management advice and reports
Water cycle management plans (to meet catchment authority and council requirements)
Salinity mapping and remediation advice and reports
Erosion and sediment control plans
Whole farm management plans
Environmental management systems
Revegetation/rehabilitation plans and advice
Vegetation and environmental constraints mapping
Farm vegetation plans
There are many sources of funding available in the form of grants for remediation of degraded land. Laterals Environmental can help you source this funding including preparation of applications and supporting documentation and auditing.
Geographical Information Systems
Laterals Environmental can assist you with your mapping, GIS and spatial analysis requirements using Arcview GIS. Helping you to achieve more efficient land management and production objectives.
Laterals Planning emerged as a private urban and rural planning consultancy in Goulburn during August 2002, coinciding with a sudden increase in development activity in the Goulburn Mulwaree area and ...