Inside Development

11 May

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Course details

Date

Tuesday,
11 May 2021

Time

Start: 10am
Finish: 3pm

Delivery Method

Zoom Webinar

Price

$500 ex GST Members
$800 ex GST Non-Members

Schedule

Sessions

10:00-10:15am
Webinar

The big picture

We’ll set the scene with an overview of the development community. We’ll also introduce developer scale and objectives and discuss the importance of good quality development, and economic context.
10:15am-12:45pm
Webinar

Project case studies and understanding project feasibility

Richard Fulcher from Oliver Hume and S4 Property will deliver a practical workshop looking at the impact of design options and planning constraints on project yield. He’ll also share helpful tips on preparing feasibilities for projects, including key metrics and inputs.
12:45-1:15pm
Break

Lunch

Take a break from the screen and grab a bite before we reconvene
1:15-2:15pm
Webinar

Project financing

Cameron McColl from Boulder Capital and David Byrne from ANZ will provide an overview of the requirements from banks
for the assessment of project finance, including how risk is assessed.
2:15-3:00pm
Webinar

Planning impacts on feasibility

Simon Pollock from RPS Group will deliver this practical workshop. He will
discuss the impact planning decisions can have on a development’s feasibility
and final outcome.

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“Very helpful as a local government officer – easy to get tunnel-vision when it comes to development assessment, very useful to have an insider perspective on the development industry.”

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“I loved the real life scenarios and how they are dealt with from different professional perspectives.”

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Presenters

Richard Fulcher General Manager Oliver Hume
Cameron McColl Boulder Capital Chief Operating Officer
David Byrne ANZ Commercial Property Director of Relationship Credit QLD/NT/WA
Simon Pollock Technical Director RPS Group

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