Flashcards in Development and Project Briefs Deck (25)
What three factors are to be considered for development projects?
What is the advantage with a traditional lump sum contract for development?
1-Some certainty of design, cost and duration
2-Contractor assumes responsibility and financial risk for the construction of the design
3-Changes are easy to arrange
What is the disadvantage of Traditional Lump sum contracts for development?
Quick progress to RIBA stage 4 can yield incomplete construction information
Programme can be longer as design and construction cannot overlap
What is traditional re-measurement construction?
The contract sum is only established at the end of the construction.
How would you define 'Development Management'?
The management of the development process from concept to tendering for construction works.
In Development Management Guidance Note what are the five stages prior construction.
These are derived from the RIBA stages of work
1-Developers initial concept
2-Site acquisition strategy
4-Outline planning permission
5-Full planning permission
For development management what happens in Phase 1 (developers initial query)?
Market research on demand for proposed development
Identify potential sites
High level development appraisal
For development management what happens in Phase 2 (site acquisition)?
Commence finding and acquiring suitable land
Carry out development appraisal
Seek acquisition confirmation from investors and current land owner
For development management what happens in Phase 3 (Outline appraisal)?
Consult in house planning
Identify what consultants are required
Consult planning authority for initial views
draft development programme plan
For development management what happens in Phase 4 (Outline planning permission)?
Conduct pre planning consultation
What happens at Phase 5 of development management (Full planning permission)?
Implement procurement strategy
Update cost control
What is considered in a development appraisal?
Valuation of land
Development Agreement (agreement between landowner and developer)
What environmental assessment can be made for development (3)?
1-Environmental impact assessment
Regarding other properties what third party rights must be considered?
Rights to light
Summarise the Part Wall Act 1996? (UK Only)!!!!
Obligated persons must notify owners of nearby property of construction work.
This is for work astride a property or works to a boundary wall.
Party surveyors work to provide award to ensure adjoining owners do not suffer damage to their party wall.
Why do you need to understand clients business need for a project?
To ensure the project will achieve their outcome requirements and KPI's
What stakeholders might you have in a project?
Would you always report to all stakeholders
depends on what i am report
What might be included in terms of reference?
Would terms of reference just be for your services?
For 43 did you assist with preps of the business case?
Explain what were budget parameters were?
Pre Construction - 20k
Construction works 300k
Construction CA responsibilities 10k
Total 330k included contingency
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How did the PEP change?
Was it realistic that the project could commence through all 8 stages with the tight time frame?
Yup. I assessed this in house data prior to giving advice. Also I ensured the contractor provided a timeline to achieve this.