Natural Area can prepare the following types of management plans:
- urban water management plans
- restoration management plans
- revegetation management plans
- bushfire management plans
- rehabilitation management plans
- wetland management plans
- fauna recovery management plans
- coastal management plans
Bushfire management plans and hazard assessments are prepared in accordance with the Planning for Bush Fire Protection Guidelines
prepared by the Western Australian Planning Commission, the Department of Planning and the Fire and Emergency Services Authority, as well as AS 3959 – 2009 Construction of Buildings in Bushfire Prone Areas
. Bushfire management plans include assessment of vegetation type, slope and bushfire attack levels (BAL), as well document acceptable fire management solutions.
A range of wetland types exist on the Swan Coastal Plain and in regional Western Australia, including permanent and seasonal lakes. Each has a range of ecological, environmental and social values that require ongoing management. Wetland assessment activities often include: review of current site characteristics, social and historical values, catchment areas, water quality, threatening processes, flora, vegetation and fauna. Appropriate management and mitigation strategies can then be documented in a management plan.