Site Selection 101

27 April

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Course details


27 April 2021


Start: 9:30am
Finish: 11:00am

Delivery Method

Zoom Webinar


$100 Members
$250 Non-Members

Course overview

The Site Selection 101 course provides an overview of why research is important to the acquisition process and what is involved with due diligence.

The content includes identifying sites online and using online tools and resources to complete an initial analysis. A brief insight into identifying a potential site for a range of developments and the factors affecting the project feasibility is also covered.

Learning outcomes

  • Be able to complete an initial analysis of viability
  • Learn how to encompasses economic trends and product supply in site research
  • Gather insight from several reliable sources to make an informed assessment
  • Identify a potential site and the factors that influence project feasibility.


Who should attend? 

  • New industry professionals
  • Graduates
  • Assistant Development Managers
  • Project and Operational Managers
  • Key decision makers and advisors
  • Those looking to understand research, due diligence and selecting the right site


Michael Forwood Manager of Town Planning and Urban Design Saunders Havill
Matt Gross Director The National Property Research Co.

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