What do we do?
We offer a comprehensive consultancy for potential purchasers, developers, house builders, landowners, investors, funds and local authorities looking to capitalise on commercial, residential and mixed use development opportunities.
We appraise assets, including land, to identify the value and viability of the potential development allowing you to make an informed and commercially sound decision on whether to proceed with development or not.
Our appraisal of proposed development schemes on behalf of Developers and Local Authorities ascertain whether a development can afford to provide its share of social contributions and affordable housing whilst maintaining an appropriate level of viability and return.
Working with single residential plots to multi-acre business parks and commercial sites, our Surveyors have worked on conversion and change of use projects, to long term complicated schemes that require consultation from pre-planning, through to planning, construction and disposal. Our varied portfolio of work means you can be assured we have the experience and expertise to effectively manage your requirements.
We act and advise on:
- Market research and analysis
- Development viability analysis
- General development potential advice
- Feasibility studies
- Affordable Housing viability analysis
- Site monitoring for banks and lenders
- Sales and marketing of completed commercial schemes
- Market valuation for secured lending
- Valuation of completed units
- Expert witness for dispute resolution/planning appeals
Why work with us?
Our recognised and recommended regional firm has a multi-disciplined team that takes pride in its work and in delivering the highest standard of service by building strong working partnerships that are based on trust, efficiency and excellent communication.
- Experienced and accredited
- Personal and comprehensive
- Established and growing
Find out more about our values, experience and accreditations on our about us page
What is development viability?
Viability is the key that determines whether a planned development can afford to provide the required social contributions and ultimately whether the planned development can financially viably proceed.
In order for development projects to proceed, public and private parties including developers, landowners and planning authorities must work together to evaluate the scheme’s viability.
In order that the viability of a scheme can be considered, then a development appraisal must be carried out. This appraisal analyses whether the value generated from the completed development will exceed the costs of undertaking the development, and thereon whether it can afford to go ahead.