Relevant Environmental assets might include the following


  •  topography

  •  drainage and waterways

  •  residential amenity and access

  •  soil and geo-technical conditions

  •  native vegetation types and cover

  •  habitat areas

  •  recorded flora and fauna

  •  known cultural heritage sites and areas of archaeological sensitivity

  •  significant landscapes and natural features

  •  surface water quality and flows

  •  groundwater

  •  air quality


Other relevant aspects might include:
• land use and infrastructure • sensitive land uses • local residential population • road traffic
• land degradation and hazards • waste streams • energy consumption & greenhouse gas emissions • safety

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P.O. Box 41 Bunyip VIC 3815

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