Management Plans & Strategies

Wildthing Environmental Consultantsā€™ ecologists are able to provide site specific management plans and strategies within a diverse range of environments to cater for a range of purposes. Management Plans and Strategies may be required to manage vegetation and wildlife at sites where excessive disturbance has or will occur.

Vegetation Management Plan

A Vegetation Management Plan (VMP) is a report intended to assist in the management of a development site in order to ensure that existing bushland elements on the site are protected from excessive disturbance. A VMP is required when a proposed development disturbs or substantially modifies the riparian corridor, there are a number of environmental constraints on a site or a high level of ecological values. A VMP must contain quantifiable goals and strategies detailing how the restoration or rehabilitation will be carried out within the development site and the ongoing management of the site. A VMP must be prepared by an Environmental Consultant or Bush Regenerator with experience in bushland restoration and management. Wildthing Environmental Consultantsā€™ ecologists are experienced at providing VMPs tailored to the requirements of any project.

Wildlife Management Strategies

A Wildlife Management Strategy (WMS) is a report intended to assist in the management of wildlife that are present within a development site to ensure wildlife is protected from excessive disturbance. A WMS must contain detailed strategies and measures for managing wildlife, such as nest box instillation and monitoring programs, dewatering procedures for dams and hollow-bearing tree removal procedures. Wildthing Environmental Consultantsā€™ ecologists are experienced at providing WMSs tailored to the requirements of any project.