This subject builds upon the principles of knowledge established in the subject SSUD12-100 Property Development. The primary purpose of Feasibility Analysis is to allow students to gain the skills to be able to prepare more advanced feasibility studies on property development projects using a variety of case studies and industry accepted feasibility programs. The content considers more complex projects and models their time, cost and value variables and includes a detailed analysis of project risk. The subject will involve a number of guest lecturers to provide detail of real life projects as well as examines how successful developers manage a diverse range of project parameters.
|Faculty||Faculty of Society & Design|
1. Distinguish the various stages of property development from business case, initiation, construction, handover, ownership of buildings and life cycle.
2. Understand the complexity and nature of the relationships between all the parties and organisations involved in urban development projects of all kinds.
3. Conduct a detailed feasibility study of a complex and demanding real estate project with various stages and multiple functional spaces in both excel and in an industry accepted feasibility software.
4. Prepare a case study investigation drawing upon the various stakeholders and their contribution to the successful completion of a major project.
There are no co-requisites.
|Withdraw – Financial?||13/02/2021|
|Withdraw – Academic?||06/03/2021|