Independent Reviews


Tony Barbour conducts independent reviews of Environmental Impact Assessments (EIAs), Social Impact Assessments (SIAs), Environmental Management Plans and other environmental documents.

Reviews include external reviews of Environmental and Social Impact Assessment (ESIA) Reports for government agencies and internal reviews of EIAs and SIAs for EIA consultants and proponents.

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SELECTED REVIEWS 

  • Internal review of Gamsberg Zinc Mine SIA for ERM, Northern Cape, South Africa (2013);
  • Internal review of Waterval Tailings Dam SIA for WSP, North West Province, South Africa (2013);
  • External review of SIA for the proposed N1-N2 Winelands Toll Road Project as part of the City of Cape Town’s legal challenge to the proposed project (2011-2012);
  • Internal review of SIA for Nuclear 1 for Arcus GIBB (three conventional nuclear power plants) located along the western and south eastern coasts of South Africa (2009);
  • Internal review of SIA for proposed PMBR Plant at Koeberg, Western Cape, South Africa,  for Arcus GIBB (2008);
  • External review of specialist reports for the Groot Letaba Dam EIA, Mpumulanga, South Africa (2008);
  • External review consultant for SIA component of N2 Wild Coast Toll Road EIA, Eastern Cape, South Africa (2008);
  • Internal review consultant for Golder Associates on Namakwa Sands Heavy Mineral Mining EIA, Western Cape, South Africa (2006);
  • Review of EIA for Palm Valley Golf Course Estate, Durbanville, for Provincial Government in Western Cape, South Africa (2005);
  • Review of EIA for Zeekoevlei Golf Course Estate, Somerset West, for Provincial Government in Western Cape, South Africa (2005);
  • Review of EIA for Oostenberg Waste Transfer Station, Brackenfell, for Provincial Government in Western Cape, South Africa (2004);
  • Review of EIA for N7 road up-grade, Clanwilliam, for Provincial Government in Western Cape, South Africa (2002);
  • Review of EIA for up-grade of sewage works, Western Cape, for Provincial Government in Western Cape, South Africa (2002).