Cultural Heritage Management Plans (CHMPs / CHMAs)

 

Cultural Heritage Management Plans / Agreements (CHMPs/ CHMAs) in Queensland are often detailed, legally binding documents, used to fulfill a land users Cultural Heritage Duty of Care. Our experience and expertise allows us to cover the full breadth of relevant issues. We focus on providing CHMPs that protect the interests of our clients and provide practical management strategies. Our on the ground experience in managing the implementation of such agreements ensures that we have the capacity to draft agreements that are practical and able to avoid.


Everick’s access to a broad range of archaeological specialists (e.g. stone tool, faunal, geomorphic, paleo-environmental) allows us to undertake negotiations on a strong footing.  We can ensure final mitigation works are efficient and proportional to the risks to cultural heritage.


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