Are you are considering purchasing a property for development, or already own a property you are thinking about subdividing? If you are not sure about the costs or risks involved then a feasibility report is money well spent. The report will outline costs, risks, timeframes, potential issues, likely revenue, and project profit return. It will include scheme plan options and a full block evaluation of the property.
We completed a feasibility report for the Riverlaw Homestead in November 2017. This is a large homestead that was demolished in 2012 as result of the Canterbury earthquake series. The site includes 7 titles covering an area of 7725m2 in a popular Christchurch suburb. We analysed the site against local town planning rules, discussed the potential for development with Council, provided a full breakdown of subdivision and construction costs, and presented a detailed report to the client at a face to face meeting.
Feasibility Report Contents
- Property development block evaluation
- Scheme plan options for subdivision
- Analysis of town planning rules and site-specific requirements
- Site inspection from experienced land development surveyor
- Subdivision & construction cost estimates
- Full project report & recommendation
- Face to face meeting
Client: Private Developer