The application of discounted cash flow for land development projects

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Simmons, Shane. 1999. "The application of discounted cash flow for land development projects." Moorhead, C. (ed.) 18th AIMS National Surveying Conference (Survey 1999): Surveying Together into the New Millennium. Sunshine Coast, Australia 06 - 09 Oct 1999 Brisbane, Australia.
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The application of discounted cash flow for land development projects

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AuthorSimmons, Shane
EditorsMoorhead, C.
Journal or Proceedings TitleProceedings of the 18th AIMS National Surveying Conference (Survey 1999)
Number of Pages13
Year1999
Place of PublicationBrisbane, Australia
Conference/Event18th AIMS National Surveying Conference (Survey 1999): Surveying Together into the New Millennium
Event Details
18th AIMS National Surveying Conference (Survey 1999): Surveying Together into the New Millennium
Event Date
06 to end of 09 Oct 1999
Event Location
Sunshine Coast, Australia
Abstract

Competition between property related professionals and demand by clients for increased service levels is causing greater demands to be placed upon the professional surveyor ill order to justify fee levels and maintain market share,
relevance and professional standing. The surveying profession with a broad-based knowledge of property and spatial information is ideally placed to take advantage of opportunities in land development. The surveyor can value add land surveying services through knowledge and qualifications in project management, civil engineering, property analysis and environmental engineering etc.
This paper examines an aspect of property investment analysis methodology for determining the viability of potential land development projects developed over longer time frames whereby the time cost of money is included in the modelling process. Larger and more complex projects developed over longer time frames require the consideration of the timing of cash flows and the time value of money as a Discounted Cash Flow Model.

ANZSRC Field of Research 2020401306. Surveying (incl. hydrographic surveying)
330404. Land use and environmental planning
330410. Urban analysis and development
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Byline AffiliationsDepartment of Engineering
Institution of OriginUniversity of Southern Queensland
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