Land development often comes at an environmental cost. In order to bring in shops and homes the local flora is often totally destroyed, which has reaching side effects that eventually affect us all. Environmental issues affect everyone; they are a world wide concern. Land clearing on the Sunshine Coast is not simply an economic issue.
When large tracts of land are cleared to make way for upcoming developments native species are disturbed and often destroyed. Australia has thousands of unique creatures that are found no where else on the globe and as development progresses they have fewer and fewer places to go. Because of the far reaching consequences to the environment land clearing on the Sunshine Coast is heavily legislated.
Prior to purchasing land earmarked for development it is a good idea to do a complete environmental analysis to determine the best way forward. Verify that no protected animals are living on the proposed site and that they will not be peripherally affected. Governments are being made aware that developments next door to protected species habitats also have negative impacts on the protected species.
With this new awareness comes increased legislation regarding new construction. An environmental feasibility study will allow you to have a complete picture of what would be necessary to safely and effectively develop a specific area. Design plans should be drawn up to accommodate the environmental needs of the site and surrounding areas. This will reduce the number of delays in getting approval for your building project and help your project reach completion.