Ecologist surveying native Australian vegetation

We’re bringing back our popular offsets webinar!

If you missed our ‘Native Vegetation Planning Controls & the Offset Market‘ webinar, you’ll be pleased to hear we’re gearing up for a repeat performance on Wednesday 1 July 2020.

Do your projects involve the removal of native vegetation?

Join Biosis and Vegetation Link on Wednesday 1 July for a free, live webinar covering the Victorian native vegetation guidelines, planning controls and the offset market – supply, demand and efficacy.

Biosis Senior Ecologist Matt Looby will review native vegetation planning controls and explain clause 52.17 and the supporting policy (which can be daunting for many planners). This short presentation will provide an overview of how the system works, the key players, and where to find further information.

Vegetation Link Strategic Projects Manager Sid Larwill will follow with a review of the offset market in Victoria, covering:

  • How the offset market works
  • How the market is changing
  • Key trends in terms of supply, demand and efficacy of the market
  • A review of native vegetation offset trading: statewide and by CMA
  • Successes and challenges.

Biosis Senior Environmental Planner Mitchell Deaves will host and moderate the discussion, ensuring attendees have ample opportunity to put questions to our specialists. We hope to see you there!

Register for the webinar here!

About Biosis

As one of Australia’s leading ecology, heritage and environmental planning consultancies, Biosis has provided independent, credible advice to our clients since 1983. With eight offices across Victoria and New South Wales, we are the experts in south-east Australian environmental and heritage legislation:

About Vegetation Link

Since 2006, Vegetation Link has facilitated over 1700 offset transactions across south-east Australia. With an extensive network of registered and prospective offset sites and a thorough understanding of biodiversity legislation, Vegetation Link provides offset solutions for projects of all sizes: