Professionally Managed Lands

70 New St, Ringwood, VIC 3134


(03) 9071 0130

About Us

Land Management Systems is an environmental contractor and consultancy specialising in natural resource management with a strong operational focus and capability. LMS combines the twin... and occasionally competing expertise of agronomy & ecology delivering performance management of plants & soils.

We provide specialist environmental and scientific services supporting land managers and (principally) engineers who often manage large tracks of land (roads, railways, municipalities or electricity utilities). We work in the areas of vegetation management, biodiversity protection and weed control, and we assist our clients with putting these challenges into a management and biological framework. From a very focused beginning in environmental engineering, we have gradually developed provision of services to include public and private land managers, including a number of metropolitan and country municipalities. Our clients often have extensive land holdings with a single purpose primary asset or management focus.

Depending on our client’s management or project requirements, the company provides single-issue expertise through to complete and comprehensive services. With professional advisory and field support, we can identify the issues and constraints (if required) and provide quality outcomes in the field. As such, LMS believes that with its land management expertise in the public, municipal and recreational areas, the company is in a strong position to cater to this developing area.

About our logo

To represent the focus of our company, we felt that the development of our logo needed to be centred around the core earth science parameters of mineral earth, water and life force, particularly vegetation.

The logo is very angular and is multi-layered to represent the interrelations of the three elements; with water being the cornerstone and the geometric representing the focus that LMS can bring to an often ill-defined or multifaceted project environment. The two waves, or non-straight line components, represent the uncertainty, changeable nature and multiple outcomes that can occur in science and environmental study.