Land Management

By: Geos Mining  23-Oct-2012
Keywords: Land Management, Cultural Heritage

Land access can become something of an afterthought in the planning of an exploration program. Not seen as important as the geology, the drilling technology and logistics, but if neglected or not planned properly land access issues can have a serious negative impact on the ability to complete drilling programs on time and within budget. Geos Mining has broad experience in dealing with land access issues and landholder liaison. With a dedicated Land Manager who has a strong rural background and senior geologists with many years of experience, Geos Mining provides access solutions for mineral explorers from the semi-arid pastoral zones of northern and inland Australia to the closely settled farming areas on the eastern seaboard. Cultural heritage and native title issues, rehabilitation management and continuous communication with stakeholders are all aspects of the Geos Mining exploration management system.

Keywords: Cultural Heritage, Land Management

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