Guidelines for Natural Values Assessments - (Brief for Consultants)In Tasmania, reports on the impact of proposed developments on natural values may be required by a regulator as part of a planning approval process under State legislation. These guidelines have been prepared for consultants who are engaged by proponents to survey and report on the impact of proposed developments on natural values within Tasmania.
This guide provides the minimum requirements for information needed to assess the potential impact/s of proposed activities on biodiversity and geodiversity.
To enable an informed assessment to be undertaken of the conservation values being reported on, the following information is required:
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