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Afzelia
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Legislated Public Participation Process

Afzelia has considerable experience undertaking the legislated public participation processes for environmental impact assessments, water use licenses and mining applications throughout Southern Africa.

The standard public participation process undertaken locally by the team involves the drafting and placement of adverts in regional and local newspapers, the drafting and erection of site notices, the distribution of flyers, the circulation of background information documents to registered government departments, directly affected landowners and the organization and attendance of focus group, public and open day public meetings with affected communities and groups.

Afzelia undertakes all aspects of the public consultation process in-house, and offers this service to all other environmental organizations should they wish not to undertake this process themselves. If you require a quotation for Afzelia to manage and undertaken the public participation process for your project, please contact Mr A. Batho on the details provided below.

Selected Full Public Participation Projects:

PROJECT TYPE of PROJECT MUNICIPAL LOCATION CLIENT
Proposed Injisuthi River Bridge Upgrade Basic Assessment Process Local Municipality, KZN Department of Transport, KZN
Propsed Tugela Ferry Bridge Upgrade Basic Assessment Process Msinga Local Municipality Department of Transport KZN
Kennedy Road Housing Development Scoping and Environmental Impact Process Ethekwini Municipality Ethekwini Municipality
Proposed Mathamo River Bridge Upgrade Basic Assessment Process Imbabazane Local Municipality, KZN Department of Transport, KZN
Proposed L1524 Road Upgrade Basic Assessment Process eMnambithi Local Municipality Department of Transport, KZN
Proposed P187 Road Upgrade Basic Assessment Process eMnambithi Local Municipality Department of Transport, KZN

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  Tel: +27 (31) 303 2835
  Fax: +27 (86) 692 2547
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  Tel: +27 (31) 303 2835
  Fax: +27 (86) 692 2547
  Map »