Site Appraisal & Feasibility Services

Finding a plot to build on or a building suitable for conversion takes time. A site appraisal is often the first step to realising a build, an outline feasibility study the second.

David understands that you might need to visit several sites before finding the one that is right for you. For this reason he offers site appraisal & feasibility services.

Be they agricultural or industrial buildings for conversion, or possible sites for new build dwellings, David will discuss a site’s potential, identify possible issues and highlight opportunities.

The degree of input may be tailored to suit the requirements of clients and the individual sites in question.

A report summarising these investigations together with recommendations is issued to the client.

A development takes time and you will naturally have questions. To assist you in the process, David is also able to undertake initial investigations into the possibilities of a site, feasibility studies or outline options.

David is happy to host meetings in many formats depending on the requirements of individual clients.

  • in person,
  • virtually,
  • by phone or,
  • by email

For further details please contact David.

Recent projects have included:

  • Agricultural buildings for conversion into private dwellings in Kent, Suffolk, Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Oxfordshire
  • Plots for one off new build dwellings in multiple London boroughs
  • Feasibility studies for residential developments, ancillary to a country house estate in Suffolk
  • A complex of Victorian light industrial buildings and courtyard in Croydon for conversion into dwellings
  • The replacement of an existing dwelling on a Suffolk coastal site with sea views
  • Sites for multi-unit urban developments
  • Rural new build individual houses in East Anglia, the Home Counties and the West Country.
  • Feasibility studes for a new build dwelling and barn conversion in Kent.

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