PROTECTED AREAS INDICATED IN NEMPA: ADDO ELEPHANT NATIONAL PARK
Title: Intention to declare certain land situated in the Eastern Cape Province as part of Addo Elephant National Park
Government Notice: GN 2 in GG 39739 of 26 February 2016
Date of commencement: Not yet specified
The Minister gives notice of her intention to declare the properties listed in the Schedule to this notice as part of the Addo Elephant National Park, under section 20(1)(a)(ii) read with section 33(1) of NEMPA. The properties to be declared to be part of Addo Elephant National Park are situated in the Alexandria, Somerset-East and Jansenville Registration Divisions. Members of the public are invited to submit to the Minister, within 60 days after the publication of the notice written representations on or objections to the addresses specified in the notice.
“So what” for my operation?
It is important for your operation to ensure that, if you plan to conduct any activities in these areas, you adhere to the regulations related to the management thereof and that you do not conduct any activity that has been prohibited in this area, or an activity without the required permits or authorisations.
What is Shangoni’s approach?
Facilitation of application for required environmental permits and authorisations
Shangoni has the expertise and experience to undertake the full spectrum of tasks for environmental authorisation or permit applications for our clients within the mining and non-mining sectors. This includes the statutory public participation and consultation process and all the required interactions with the regulating authorities. Shangoni’s approach towards Environmental Authorisation Application development also emphasises the management of identified risks, thus adding significant value to the organisation beyond the delivery of a report submitted to regulators for approval.