Monthly Archives: August 2012

Who needs a Site Environmental Management Plan?

Written on August 20, 2012 at 12:00 am, by

Industrial land uses have the potential to cause nuisance impacts to adjoining properties and the surrounding environment if not appropriately managed. Councils are increasingly requiring the preparation of Site and Environmental Management Plans (SEMP) as conditions of permits if not prior to a planning permit being issued.   Almost every industrial Continue Reading

Victorian heavy industry zones IN2Z

Written on August 17, 2012 at 6:53 pm, by

The Dandenong South Industrial 2 Zone (IN2Z) offers significant opportunities for heavy industrial uses looking to locate within a state significant agglomeration of industry, with a wide range of land parcels available for purpose-built facilities.  Market prices for land indicate value for money when compared to the adjacent Industrial 1 Continue Reading

Three keys to successful land development

Written on August 17, 2012 at 5:24 pm, by

Like many aspects of life, successful land development is all about managing risk.   The execution of a land development will involve a long list of people, processes and tasks to be managed.  Professional developers often rely upon a long history of experience, built upon the practical application of their organisational Continue Reading

Timing for Melbourne Subdivisions

Written on August 3, 2012 at 11:24 am, by

Many KLM Spatial clients ask us for advice on timing for a subdivision process.  The answers to their questions rely upon several factors.  Whilst the usual objective is to achieve registered salable titles in the shortest possible timeframe,  there are other cycles in play which can affect your decision making. Continue Reading

Surveying a Carbon Footprint

Written on August 2, 2012 at 3:02 pm, by

The diverse skills of the KLM Spatial team are being employed to assist in delivery of the Places Victoria “Revitalising Central Dandenong” Precinct Energy Project.  This project, presently under construction will efficiently supply electricity and heating to the central Dandenong business district in a groundbreaking application of trigeneration technology to produce low carbon power Continue Reading