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Why do you need a feasibility assessment?
The planning process for small- to medium-density and multi-residential and commercial developments starts with a preliminary project assessment.
Planning will consist of discussions surrounding your desired outcome, design ideas, budget, and a zoning code review for the proposed development site. These processes help ensure compatibility and establish the overall parameters that will affect the project design.
Depending on the site and the proposed development, it’s advisable to undertake a preliminary feasibility assessment to evaluate design options and development potential.
For example, this report might establish:
- How many dwellings are likely to be accommodated based on the relevant council’s requirements
- Where townhouses are being considered
- How many apartments can be considered for an apartment block with parking
Prepared and presented by experienced architects & Quantity Surveyors, our preliminary feasibility assessment reports are structured to establish design solutions that maximise site coverage, land value, and profits.
When you engage Abundance Property Group for a feasibility assessment, experienced architects & QS will:
- Assess site conditions and review the most relevant planning controls to evaluate opportunities and compliance
- Establish design solutions that maximise site coverage
- Prepare site plan drawings to illustrate the current site condition, proposed development, and suggested design solution
- Obtain a preliminary brief and discuss the desired outcome and design ideas
- Prepare a feasibility assessment report outlining the design options and redevelopment potential of the site
- Present the final feasibility report and study results to the principal architect
In the case of townhouse or apartment developments, the feasibility report would also establish the number of allowable dwellings based on the relevant council’s requirements
Contact Abundance Property Group to get started with a feasibility assessment