Our Environmental and Technical Team can help with just about everything to do with land, water, and data.
We work with clients in the primary industries, government, and land development sectors to manage their projects and any relevant compliance issues or minimize any environmental impacts that arise.
Talk to us about anything to do with:
When you need to take water from a river, lake or aquifer for your project, we’ll make sure that you meet all the Resource Management Act requirements.
We have scientists who provide the essential technical input into the resource consent process.
Landpro will also ensure that your proposed water take can provide the required yield, and help design your proposal to prevent significant adverse effects on your neighbours’ takes or the wider environment. For example, our scientists can help to find the best location to drill a bore and coordinate all the hydrogeological testing that the regional council will require.
Our scientists understand the potential water quality effects associated with various land uses, water uses and contaminant discharges.
All these water activities need careful management to ensure that any adverse effects comply with the Resource Management Act.
Our environmental scientists work closely with our planning team to streamline the resource consent process so your application can be processed quickly, while meeting all the relevant environmental requirements.
We’re crunching numbers and creating maps every day to help our clients easily understand the environment around their sites.
The tools we use aren’t limited to environmental information. If you’re drowning in data, whether it’s production outputs, financial transactions, or years-old hand drawn maps, we can turn this into useful information to help you make decisions and do what you do better.
Whether it’s for consent compliance, health and safety, or triple-bottom-line reporting, we can help with your environmental monitoring requirements.Our team have experience monitoring contaminants and nutrients in water and soil, as well as landfill gas and airborne asbestos. We can assist with the entire process:
Together with our surveying team (aerial and on the ground), we can bring spatial and environmental data together to help you understand your land better, and we even have a developing remote-sensing capability for environmental monitoring from the air.
If you’re planning earthworks or redevelopment on a former industrial or horticultural site, there’s a pretty good chance that the National Environmental Standard (NES) for contaminated land applies.
Our team can guide your project through all the potential fish-hooks of contaminated site development to a successful conclusion.
Our services span the full project life-cycle, from pre-purchase due diligence to make sure you don’t buy a liability, through site investigations, consenting, remediation, and validation. We are with you from start to finish. We have experience in dealing with a wide range of land contamination issues, including specialist areas like asbestos in soil, landfill gas, and groundwater contaminants.
Often on bigger projects an Ecological Impact Assessment (EIA) is required as part of the resource consent application process. Sometimes this news comes as a surprise, and can be a source of concern or project risk to those who haven’t gone through this before.
Fortunately Landpro has ecology skills in-house, and a pragmatic approach to projects, and experience with ecology in a range of sectors such as energy, agriculture, land development, infrastructure, as well as ecological restoration projects. EIA’s can be large or small, in proportion to the proposed project and its complexities.
We are experienced land-based ecologists, familiar with a range of environments, with a knack for getting to the bottom of how a project will interact with the environment, and manage any risks.