Role Of Planning And Development In Making A Project Successful
Posted by Adam Leworthy on November 14th, 2019
Very few people have heard of terms like urban planning, development management, proposal planning and development applications. In brief this all terms are related to constructions and its documentations that are required at various phases of the process. It can be the construction of a single house or the planning of a whole town. For those who don’t know what does the above terms means, below are some facts and meanings of some of the terms.
What is development management?
Development management is the process of managing and controlling the development of any local area to achieve the local planning objectives in a positive and healthy way. The introduction of development management was an attempt to change the culture of planning from the previous process of ‘development control’. An example of development is emerging details about a local robbery. An example of development is a community of condos intended for seniors.
Why is management important?
Development management actively controls the range of activities, such as the use of resources, the rate of literacy, the number of jobs offered etc in a local area and helps to maintain a stable and healthy environment. It contributes to the business sectors by fulfilling the present and future needs. It encourages every individual to contribute to development plans, and urges everyone to go through development training to understand the proper and wise use of resources and land around us. Know more about development management of projects in Sydney by consulting any planner or project manager today.
What are the phases of a project development?
There are five phases for a project to develop properly and successfully. The phases are listed as follow:
Phase 1: Initiation
This is the first step where the project is initiated and handed over to some capable head. The goal of the project is to be defined on a broader level. Also, in this step it is discussed whether the project is feasible enough to taken forward and the feasibility test is conducted.
Phase 2: Planning and design
Planning and design are the most important aspects in any kind of project. Without proper planning no construction can be deemed feasible or habitable. The designs delivered should be specific, attainable and realistic. While planning all the elements and resources should be taken into consideration, and used efficiently for the project. Also, the area must be chalked out to give the best possible spacing and living area.
Phase 3: Execution
This is the process where the plans are delivered and completed. Execution is again a vital process. It is necessary to match every step of the designed planned. Also this is the final step where any kind of changes in design is done. Many teams are assigned during this process, a lot of meetings, status, and development reports are made and chalked out.
Phase 4: Monitoring
This is the phase that collides with the previous one and is carried out under two to four officers assigned by the project manager. Their job is to monitor each and every step, be it of least importance and prepare reports on the progress and development of the work. They check if the planning is carried out properly and is visible in the construction. If you want to know more about development management in Sydney and the way how it works, consult your local planner today.
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