Cultural Heritage Management

Australia has a wonderful history and preserving it is imperative.

A cultural heritage management plan (CHMP) is an agreed document that provides details of any cultural heritage present on a particular development site, such as a solar farm, and outlines the measures required and agreed to manage and preserve that cultural heritage, ensuring no harm is done.

A CHMP is typically required in all parts of Australia prior to a development occurring and can be a simple or complicated document depending upon the circumstances.

At Elecseed we have experience in working with all stakeholders and managing the agreement of a Cultural Heritage Plan. We understand the importance of preserving our heritage balanced with renewable developments.