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The purpose of feasibility studies is to establish whether the project is viable, help classify feasible options and assist in the development of other project documentation such as the business case, strategic brief and the project execution plan.

On complex projects, there may be a number of different feasibility studies carried out, sometimes requiring different skills, and considering issues such as:


The possibility that an environmental impact assessment will impact planning permission or other legal/ statutory approvals that change with little to no notice by Government Authorities

Analysis and alignment of a budget relative to client requirements and specifically the developer costs for Authorities, Legal cost for Project Contracts – SPA, HMA, TSA and Operating costs inclusive of Maintenance and Integration

The benchmarking of the product cost also includes for market place selling income and rental income.


Various stakeholders, statutory authorities and other third parties may need to be consulted in the preparation of feasibility studies.


Crowngate PMC utilise both proprietary financial models and bespoke software solutions - dependent on the clients’ requirements and necessary outputs

The assessments carried out are presented in a structured way so that the client can decide whether or not to proceed to the next stage as these reports highlight key investment performance indicators, such as Residual Land Value, Profit, Margin, NPV and IRR

Using the sensitivity and probability analysis tools, detailed risk assessments can be performed on the project, while the ability to compare multiple options ensures that the best financial outcome for the development site is achieved.

Land evaluation – private sell value and Government values.

Detailed historic cost benchmarking for each development type is investigated by utilizing the CPMC database which has the most up-to-date historic final cost plan information for mostly all recently completed projects

Market gains by finding the right use for the land – type of end user product.

Site appraisals, availability of services -including geo-technical studies, assessment of any contamination, uses of adjoining land, easements and restrictive covenants and potential environmental impacts while considering different solutions to accessing potential sites.

Assessment of the potential to re-use existing facilities or doing nothing rather than building new facilities.

An accommodation investigation is conducted  by preparing basic stacking diagrams of that might be included or excluded and forms part of the scope build up documentation.


We evaluating operational, maintenance issues and provide an assessment of servicing strategies

A high level pre-concept design cost plan is prepared based on benchmarked BUA data

A Feasibility Risk Management document is prepared from a risk workshop which details the development risk and opportunities

Program considerations are taken from the initial information and an outline schedule is drafted

Procurement options

Feasibility Scope of Work