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An early Feasibility Study can be the making or breaking of a great idea – but neither result should be feared. A positive outcome can clear the ground for making offers, for raising finance and forming an appropriate team. A negative decision can crush aspirations, ruin prospects but though it may be unpopular, it can save enormous wasted expenditure. For Commercial and Industrial projects, all we need is a Site Plan and the barest outline of a brief. We can then establish how well the site can deliver the required product; this in turn quickly establishes a financial value as well as the appropriateness of the choice of site.  In particular, we specialise in ‘proving’ layouts for Residential developments; these can quickly establish housing numbers, forms, densities and the site’s ‘sale per acre’ potential. We’d like to think we take a pragmatic view on fee levels for Feasibility Studies, given the potential for reward or loss for all parties.

 
 
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