When evaluating new development options there are a number of possibilities for the potential future use and development of the nominated sites.

The aim of this article is to evaluate each of the options in terms of their social, environmental and economic costs and benefits.
The evaluation details the economic cost and benefit analysis of the various options as well as an evaluation of the less tangible environmental and social costs and benefits of each of the option.

An SWMS Is a safe working procedure involving the assessment of risk Identifies potential hazards and determines safest way to complete tasks Analysis the task involved in a job concentrating on: risks, safety, quality, efficiency

The most common method or technique in both Hazard Management and Risk Assessments is to undertake a ‘Safe Work Method Statement’ (SWMS) or once commonly known as a ‘Job Safety Analysis’ (JSA).


SWMS will: ...

The seven factors to consider when researching, interviewing and selecting a building practitioners are (read more)...

A developer's job is to identify a number of development considerations and use options derived from the extensive review undertaken, having regard to the site analysis, opportunities and constraints analysis.

Determining the development arrangements once development types would be second category of
decision making within the context of development options. We explore the 8 most common methods...

Many types of debt finance are available. The differences between them are the term of the loan and method of repayment.
Loans for property development and investment are invariably backed by the security of a mortgage over the property for which the loan is required.

Some lenders of finance or building projects (or investments) prefer that the developer or investor has some of its own funds at risk in the development. This is equity. Conversely, the developers and investors have a preference for minimizing equity contributions.

A building proposal is deemed to have complied with the BCA Performance requirement if compliance is achieved using the Dts provisions. However, a building owner (or design agent) may take another approach entirely, on the understanding that the proposal must still meet the performance requirements. In this blog article, we explore this process...

A good project design should focus on the needs of the user; typical requirements in respect of design are identified as Functional, Structural and Services based.


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