Professional estate support services that mitigate your risks, achieves legal compliance and adds sustainable value to your estate
We understand that managing a high end estate has many risks, responsibilities and liabilities. As such we’ve designed an integrated sustainability estate support service that provides a cost effective solution to support you in managing your estate. Our teams offer a blend of industry best practice, coupled with real world practical experience. We enjoy getting our hands dirty and assisting you in your journey towards creating sustainable environments that enable people and businesses to thrive.
Option 1: Monthly Retainer
- Integrated Baseline Risk Assessment
- Integrated Estate Risk Management Plan
- Health, Safety and Environmental File
- Monthly Inspections and Audits
- Problem Animal Control
- Wildfire Agent Services (standby and response)
- Dedicated NCC Estate Supervisor on call (24/7)
Option 2: Ad-Hoc
- Water Quality Testing (incl. Monitoring and Reporting)
- Alien Invasive Species Removal (Flora)
- Preparation and maintenance of fire breaks
- Landscaping services
- Provision of a full-time Estate Officer (Health, Safety, Environmental)
- Environmental Authorisation (Basic Assessment or Scoping –EIA)
- Licencing and Permitting: Water Use Licence, Waste Licence, Flora/Fauna)
- Specialist Studies
- GIS Mapping
"Vergelegen has found the team at NCC Environmental Services to be professional, qualified and competent in all aspects of the various services required and will continue to make use of the professional services on offer should the need arise."
"The CPFPA Executive Committee has always been extremely satisfied with the work carried out by NCC and have always found the product being of an exceptionally professional nature. We highly recommend NCC for various environmental, conservation and wildfire related applications."
"Over the years we have found the services of NCC both professional and reliable and processes exist for the efficient resolution of queries or concerns that could arise."