The presence or absence of an endangered, vulnerable or near threatened plant can have a significant impact on the outcome of a clearing permit or development approval application. The number or abundance of such plants within a development footprint is critical to determining offset requirements or permit conditions.  Targeted species surveys are often required to ascertain the exact extent of impact on individual plants, a local population or indeed, statewide or national population of a significant species.

EcoSpatial can plan, conduct and report the results of targeted species surveys, providing a spatial dataset showing the location, extent and context of individuals and populations.