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Site construction feasibility study (site analysis)

We propose conducting an analysis of the plot you currently own or intend to purchase, known as a plot construction feasibility study. Before making real estate acquisitions or investment plans, consult with us. We will assess the plot based on your specific criteria and requirements, identifying its strengths and limitations. We will determine what can and cannot be built on the plot, along with where and to what extent development is feasible. A comprehensive report detailing the findings of the construction feasibility study will be provided. Additionally, upon request, we can create graphical representations of potential construction schemes or spatial visions for the development area.

Study of construction possibilities of the plot – Goals:

  • Determine the potential uses for the plot and identify permissible building purposes.
  • Evaluate the areas available for construction, including parking spaces.
  • Provide technical specifications regarding the allowable construction capacity.
  • Assess regulatory constraints related to land use.
  • Evaluate parking options on the plot and within storage facilities.
  • Assess the plot’s natural characteristics.
  • Evaluate the availability of engineering infrastructure on the plot and the impact of utility networks.
  • Assess adjacency to and the influence of protected areas.
  • Evaluate the potential for utilizing existing buildings.
  • Assess any additional specific restrictions applicable to the area or plot.

A few examples of the performed plot analyses:

  • The objective was to assess a 6-hectare agricultural plot for its potential for designing and constructing commercial buildings.
  • We conducted a thorough analysis of the plot’s construction feasibility (plot analysis), culminating in a comprehensive report. We proposed several potential construction schemes and examined the development of neighboring infrastructure. Additionally, we provided a spatial vision for building construction.
  • Through our analysis, it was determined that there is potential to repurpose the plot for commercial development. However, limitations imposed by protection zones surrounding engineering utilities restrict construction to 2 hectares. To proceed, obtaining consent and agreements from utility owners and other relevant organizations is necessary, along with implementing future infrastructure works.

  • The objective was to assess an existing residential plot for its potential to accommodate the design and construction of multiple residential buildings.
  • We conducted a thorough feasibility study of the plot (plot analysis), resulting in a detailed report. We proposed several construction schemes and analyzed the use regulations and servitudes associated with the plot.
  • Through our analysis, it was determined that the current limitations, including servitudes and neighboring buildings, restrict the possibility of designing more than one residential building on the plot. Additionally, the plot’s terrain poses challenges for rainwater management and access provision. To proceed with construction activities, approvals from neighbors and coordination with relevant organizations are necessary.
  • Furthermore, given the plot’s location in a flood-prone area, we assessed the necessary elevation of the soil to ensure the flood resilience of future buildings. However, this raised concerns regarding potential conflicts of interest with third parties.

  • The objective was to evaluate an existing residential plot for its suitability to accommodate the design and construction of a multi-family residential building, as well as to determine the potential number of apartments of a specific size.
  • We conducted a comprehensive site feasibility study (plot analysis), which resulted in the preparation of a detailed report. Additionally, we developed a potential construction scheme and identified the protection zones of existing engineering utilities along with their associated constraints.
  • Through our analysis, it became apparent that a change in the plot’s usage would be necessary to facilitate the construction of a multi-family residential building. Limited parking options imposed constraints on both the size of the apartment building and the scale of the individual apartments. Furthermore, it was discovered that achieving the desired building height would result in a significantly smaller floor area than initially anticipated.