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Biodiversity Accreditors

The legislation around ecology/biodiversity assessment changed significantly in August 2017, whereby the Threatened Species Conservation Act 1995 (TSC Act) was repealed and replaced by the Biodiversity Conservation Act 2016 (BC Act). The BC Act requires use of a process called BAM (the Biodiversity Assessment Method) to be used in the preparation of BDARs (Biodiversity Development Assessment Reports) when impacts on biodiversity are deemed significant.

To use the BAM you need to be an Accredited Assessor.  GeoLINK currently have two Assessors on staff – David Havilah and Ian Colvin.

So, if you’re looking for someone to prepare BDARs using the BAM, please contact us for further information.