Accurate financial appraisal of your scheme is vital to ensure best outcome whilst meeting local housing needs.
Viability by tenure, dwelling and scheme. NPV and long-term cashflow displayed instantly.
Assess land values and gross profit with minimal information.
Housing developers have a broad range of challenges that are often difficult to meet. There are complex internal and external processes that change as new regulations are introduced.
Our network of experts cover all areas of housing, offering consultancy, mentoring and training for both social and private development.
Effective project management will ensure that you monitor development cashflow, workflow and people.
Monitor your entire programme. Keep track of budgets, manage workflows and compare estimates to actual spend.
Industry standard procedures ensure you comply with all regulations.
Achieving best value is essential for your organisation. You must demonstrate continuous improvement and show how you compare with your peers.
Measure performance with online scheme reports. Annual written report indicates progress against a variety of Key Performance Indicators.
Social Housing landlords in today’s market must understand the economic value of their properties.
Analyse your entire portfolio to see which units are most valuable and which need to be considered for a change of tenure or sale.
With buyers and tenants eager to find homes, you need to find them the right property.
Associations can pool lists of prospects against available properties and augment with soft data to rank applicants for the best match.
Shelton Development Services Ltd continued their series of sector focused, free CPD accredited seminars with the Active Asset Management Seminar in London on October 10th, 2018. Asset and Finance professionals from Housing Associations and Local Authorities attended to hear from sector practitioners and network with their peers.
It is now clear that the Conservative Government is implementing its Manifesto with the Housing Bill and Full Employment and Welfare Benefits Bill, outlined in the Queen’s speech.