Tanglewood Biodiversity and Human Feasibility Study 2020

Activity: Consultancy


A report prepared for the Tweed Shire Council. It explores development feasibility for the property at Tanglewood, near Cabarita Beach, on New South Wales, far north coast. This preliminary investigation provides a draft land use development vision to strike a balance between biodiversity conservation values such as koala habitat to coexist with human settlement. The Tanglewood site is of interest due to the need to accommodate a rapidly growing population according the North Coast Regional Plan 2036. At the same time there is a deep concern for the future of kola populations in this region, where this site an opportunity to avoid potential extinction of koalas and other native flora and fauna.
Work forTweed Shire Council, Australia, New South Wales
Degree of RecognitionRegional