Feasibility Study, Site Assessment & Policy Review

The purpose of feasibility studies is to:

• Establish whether the project is viable.

• Help identify feasible options.

• Assist in the development of other project documentation such as the business case, project execution plan and strategic brief.

A site analysis and feasibility study is the analysis of a property to determine its best use, based on your goals, local regulations and codes, and economic viability. This process can be overwhelming, especially if you’re a first time property owner. Because each project is unique, there are many aspects to the site analysis and feasibility study that may be done differently from one project to the next.

Our consultant’s asses the site, either in person or through desktop research using digital data base and satellite mapping technology of the site – undertaking a full property site assessment, by looking into the history and context of the site and its surroundings.

We look at the character of the street and the character of the area, to determine what the established character is, and advise our clients to maintain this character, this will help to avoid setting a precedent which may impede the planning application process. Each case is different however, and so each project is assessed individually based on its unique site con-straints and development potential.

We give honest, reputable advice on what type of extensions can and will be approved by the council in each area, and how best to maximise the habitable space of a property. We

will ensure at the outset that all of the planning validation requirements are met for the plan-ning application stage to prevent unexpected delays.

We can also help our clients understand which planning policies are relevant for the devel-opment scheme and how to address these in their pre-planning application.