It is generally valuable to contract a mining lawyer, tenement consultants, or environmental consultant in a proactive, rather than reactive, way. By engaging a specialist at the correct moment, you can ensure that a good structure is in place for the minimisation of roadblocks, obstacles, and incidents that can slow down a project.
If you leave it too long before contracting environmental consultants or tenement managers, there is a risk that you will miss opportunities, damage relationships, or compromise operational efficiency.
By seeking support to navigate the complex world of tenement management, you establish a strong foundation that will support effective relationships with external and internal stakeholders, increase the likelihood of success (e.g., in terms of tenement acquisition and security), and safeguard your compliance and good standing within the Australian mining sector.
In this article, Hetherington will explore a number of circumstances in which you might consider engaging a mining and environmental lawyer to provide services in the mining and resources space. You may wish to engage external support:
For more information on our tenement management, planning and environmental approvals, and legal compliance services in the mining and resources sector, contact Hetherington today using our contact us page.