About this book
Describes and explains the principles of the techniques that can be used to appraise the financial viability for a developer of undertaking the construction of a building project. Adopts an integrated approach that takes into account the roles of all the parties normally involved in the development process in UK, namely, the developer, the financial analyst, the property valuer, the quantity surveyor, the accountant, the building surveyor and the facilities manager. The book analyses the two factors which determine viability: the value realised, and the cost incurred by the project developer. Both factors are analysed in an economic, financial and managerial context.
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