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Public and Private Sector: Collaborative Working

Inclusion or retention of trees in a new development is a complex area, as it interfaces with so many different professions. We can demonstrate ways in which we have worked alongside both commercial and local government project partners to collectively achieve great outcomes.

Partnering Service

We collaborate throughout project delivery to ensure great project outcomes. Some of the organisations and people we work alongside include Landscape Architects, town & urban planners, local & state government bodies, developers and project managers. This means that we depart from 'traditional' practices towards a more genuine team approach that utilises the collective expertise for the greater success of any given project.

A collaborative approach can realise benefits such as:

o   Cost savings

o   Improved Standards of Practice

o   Evidence and scientific-based solutions to tree and soil issues

o   Compliance to AS 4970

o   Enhanced support for strategic objectives, such as Urban Forestry Management

o   Recognition of the dynamics of trees in the above and below-ground landscape

o   Optimising canopy coverage opportunities

o   Addressing heat island effects

All of this contributes towards project efficiency, enhanced collective reputation, smooth transitioning and assistance with Development Approvals, great community outcomes, legislated obligations for liveability and sustainability, as well as meeting urban environmental responsibilities.

If you are considering a major project that may require several stakeholders or project delivery partners, we would welcome the opportunity to talk to you about our success in collaborative working and how we might help apply this approach to your project.

Please contact us using the Enquiry Form below or alternatively call our office on 08 9359 9300.