Meet our Chair

David Greenhough has been appointed by the Minister for Environment and Water as the Chair of the Hills and Fleurieu Landscape Board.

His role will be to support the establishment of the new Landscape Board and implement the government’s NRM reform agenda.

David Greenhough has also been appointed to oversee the Adelaide and Mt Lofty Ranges NRM Board as a single member board up until 1 July 2020. This will involve administering the Natural Resources Management Act 2004 in the lead up to the commencement of the new Landscape South Australia Act 2019

This arrangement ensures certainty and a smooth transition for communities and land users across the regions, with current NRM services continuing to be delivered as normal until new the Act officially commences.

Following 1 July 2020, the NRM Act and board will no longer exist and will be replaced by the Hills and Fleurieu Landscape Board, with David Greenhough as Chair. For more information visit

David Greenhough

David Greenhough


David is a director with Mabeki Consulting and focuses on management processes, strategic planning and coaching, financial direction, IT systems and process integration.

He is the former owner and Managing Director of LEAP Legal Software in South Australia and Western Australia and a partner of Tripos IT, a management and IT consulting group.

He is the current Chair of the Glenthorne Partnership, working with the Department for Environment and Water, partnership members and the community to provide advice and guidance in the creation of the Glenthorne National Park and precinct.

He is a founding member and chair of the Friends of the Lower Field River, a group formed to reinvigorate and revegetate the Lower Field River, near Hallett Cove.


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Natural Resources Adelaide and Mount Lofty Ranges