Strategic plans & feasibility studies
We develop strategic plans and feasibility studies for large scale projects. Some ideas and development projects can involve multiple sites, councils, organisations and disciplines. The feasibility and direction of your project starts with translation – understanding and organising the relationships between overlapping policies, landscapes, and people.
Projects can involve numerous councils, ideas, physical environments, and community expectations. We can help you put together robust project frameworks to guide the process from the start. We help untangle all the threads of policy and legislation, group dynamics, technical subjects and physical locations. Once all the elements are identified we prepare a clear and confident strategy for you to work with. We can also help design the action plans and work programmes to implement the strategy.
Large and small projects often involve a complex sequence of options, expert input and sometimes multiple Council approvals. Before you commit your money to a particular project, we can help identify what the issues are, how they will need to be addressed and the best order to do it in. Feasibility studies help diagnose early issues, evaluate possible options and identify the paths to take for a streamlined approvals process. Identifying the issues early in your project timeline will keep things moving forward. You'll have a thorough, clearly written feasibility document that contains informed and defensible recommendations for your project.
We can coordinate and project manage your whole project, or jump in wherever you need help. From initial desktop reviews to site visits, policy and legislation assessments, organising specialist reports, and overall data analysis, your strategies and feasibility studies are in experienced hands.
Our services for strategies and feasibility studies includes:
Taia Historic Reserve Strategic Plan
Turoa trail feasibility study