Assure – Development Due Diligence and Risk Reporting

As a planner a key aspect of any development or DA process you work on involves ensuring that any proposed site has the best possible commercial outcome for your clients. That involves uncovering every potential risk, analysing their potential impacts and ensuring a timely approval.

Introducing Assure, the simple way to reduce the risks associated with a development.

Assure is Inertia’s due diligence and risk reporting service, providing an indispensable assessment of any development site, helping you to have greater confidence, surety and certainty about your decision to take a development project from concept to reality.

To create your project’s Assure report, our civil and water engineers, will quickly assess a potential development site, analysing Zoning, Water, Sewer, Site Access, Flood, Stormwater, Telecommunications & Electrical and Environmental factors, to provide you with a clear understanding of the risks and opportunities a site offers.

The decision to progress a development is one that needs the best insights and objective analysis, making Assure an essential part of the due diligence process of any development.

Assure will give your project the best chance of success.

Assure includes:

  • Full analysis of
    • Zoning
    • Water
    • Sewer
    • Site Access
    • Flood
    • Stormwater and Environment
    • Telecommunications & Electrical
  • Easy to understand traffic light reporting
  • Clear recommendations
  • Identified next steps

To find out more about Assure, contact Calvin Kirk or Emma Clements or complete the form below and we will be in touch.

Assure in Practice

Assure has been developed as a result of our track record of achieving outstanding results for planners, their clients and projects, even in the most complex of sites and challenging of approval processes.

As a result of our in-depth due diligence work, we were able to work with Westpoint Autos and Ecco Developments to secure a development approval for an auto centre. A process that sounds simple enough, but this was the 10th attempt at obtaining approval, the first we were involved in.

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