Environmental Due Diligence

Environmental Due Diligence assessments can vary in intent and scope, however generally include desktop and site investigations to identify environmental features, review of site history and confirmation of conditions on the ground to provide advice on the opportunities and constraints to potential development, and what further work or approvals may be necessary to accomplish development objectives.

As a full service environmental consultancy with experienced staff, 360 Environmental has a comprehensive understanding of the environmental approval pressures and constraints that can have implications on the development process and outcomes.

Arguably the most important decision to be made by land developers is whether or not to purchase or acquire new landholdings. This can be a risky process, with many potential hidden costs and considerations that will have an impact on development outcomes. A detailed understanding of the environmental features and constraints associated with landholdings is a critical component of the due diligence process.

360 Environmental understand the importance of this and take this role very seriously. We have undertaken numerous Environmental Due Diligence investigations across Western Australia, and have found that in addition to ensuring all potential environmental issues are captured, presenting this in developer language is also important. Generally this means identifying potential cost requirements and/or the impacts to developable land.

As a result, 360 Environmental has taken a unique but pragmatic approach to presentation of Environmental Due Diligence assessments, to conform to the clients requirements and budget restrictions.

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2017-09-29T13:28:42+08:00June 19th, 2014|