Our goal is to provide and stimulate a more sustainable and environmentally sympathetic urban environment.
To achieve this we utilise on-site factors, the surrounding environment and water-wise design principles. For this reason we encourage on-site stormwater retention where possible and have given endemic and climate suitable species prominence in our work to ensure the created landscape endures in our distinct Queensland climate.
We encourage clients to utilize onsite materials (assets), where this can be adapted into the design brief, in order to reduce material from site transfers and the associated carbon footprint. This has multiple benefits including savings to the project budget.
GDTrent Landscapes provides a wide range of services under the heading of natural area and of land management. We provide our services to Council and domestic clients.
These include pruning and vegetation removal, terrestrial and aquatic weed management services, natural area walking and vehicle track construction and maintenance, stormwater diversions and crossovers (culverts etc) and creekline/water body stabilisation and rejuvenation. We also provide revegetation works and buffer planting that development applications may require for compliance for commercial developments and landfill/recycling sites.
Our wide range of technical expertise and past experience allows us to provide solutions to most natural area management issues and projects.
Nothing puts a bigger smile on our face than planting native trees, shrubs and grasses into degenerated areas.
The increase of an areas natural assets and future biodiversity is an all important step in repairing much of the damage done due to the side effects of urban development.
We service local councils, developers and private clients with our knowledge of endemic species and ability to regenerate areas on a large and small scale.
We also provide revegetation works and buffer planting that development applications may require for compliance for commercial developments and landfill/recycling sites.