David Cadman’s Property Development has long been the standard textbook on the commercial property development process in the UK, and with this fifth edition the book is brought completely up to date for a new generation of readers. Accessible to students of all disciplines within the built environment, the book is geared directly towards students of property development at undergraduate or graduate levels. It provides a clear and practical overview of the property development process, together with critical analysis of the key issues faced by property professionals today.
The fifth edition retains the established structure of previous editions, by focusing on land acquisition, development appraisal, finance, planning, construction, market research and promotion. Additionally, reflecting changes in practice, there is also new material on the environmental impacts of property development, with a chapter on Sustainable Property Development, and on the growth of international working in the property sector. Excellent case studies, which are enhanced by discussion questions, illustrate the process at work. This fully revised and updated edition of a classic text for all property development students will also be of interest to early career professionals and those pursuing a professional degree in the industry.
Foreword "David Cadman "1. Introduction 1.1 Introduction 1.2 The Process 1.3 Main Actors 1.4 Economic Context 1.5 Reflective Summary 2. Land for Development 2.1 Introduction 2.2 Site Identification 2.3 Brownfield and Greenfield sites 2.4 Initiation 2.5 Site Investigation 2.6 Site Acquisition 2.7 Government Assistance 2.8 Reflective Summary 3. Development Appraisal and Risk 3.1 Introduction 3.2 Financial Evaluation 3.3 Reflective Summary 4. Development Finance 4.1 Introduction 4.2 Sources of Finance 4.3 Methods of Development Finance 4.4 The Future 4.5 Reflective Summary 5. Planning 5.1 Introduction 5.2 Planning And the Environment 5.3 The Planning System 5.4 What Is Development? 5.5 e-Planning 5.6 The Planning Application 5.7 Environmental Impact Assessment 5.8 The Democratic Aspect 5.9 The Planning Consent 5.10 Planning Agreements or Obligations 5.11 Breaches of Planning Control 5.12 Planning Appeals 5.13 The Future 5.14 Reflective Summary 6. Construction 6.1 Introduction 6.2 Procurement 6.3 The Traditional (Design -- Bid -- Build) 6.4 Design And Build 6.5 Management Contracting 6.6 Project Management 6.7 Public private partnerships 6.8 Partnering 6.9 Reflective Summary 7. Market Research 7.1 Introduction 7.2 Background To Conducting Market Research 7.3 Basic Market Research Concepts 7.4 Trends In Market Activity 7.5 Types of Analysis 7.6 Reflective Summary 8. Promotion and Selling 8.1 Introduction 8.2 Methods of Promotion 8.3 The Role of The Agent 8.4 Sales/Lettings 8.5 Reflective Summary 9. Sustainable Development 9.1 Introduction 9.2 What is Sustainability and Sustainable Development? 9.3 Corporate Social Responsibility 9.4 The Different Types of CSR 9.5 Sustainability Reporting 9.6 Property Development, Sustainability and CSR 9.7 Arguments for Sustainability 9.8 Key Areas of Impact in Property Development and Sustainability 9.9 Current Initiatives and Responses by Government 9.10 Reflective Summary 10. International Practice 10.1 Introduction 10.2 Globalisation of Property Development 10.3 Opportunities 10.4 Barriers and Limitations 10.5 Developing an International Strategy 10.6 Example of International Property Developments 10.7 Reflective summary
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