You will learn how to create a successful development strategy and understand the fundamentals of the development process, from the initial concept through to deciding to build a scheme.
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What makes a successful development? Who is involved and what are their expectations? Will the building stand the test of time? In order to answer these questions and provide a successful development strategy, you must understand the fundamentals of the development process, from the initial concept through to deciding to build the scheme.
Property Development Strategies will deal with all the factors that impact on the decision-making process, including site appraisal, planning, development appraisal and development finance.
Mr Johnny Siu FRICS, FHKIS, MBA(HKU)
Mr Siu has been a chartered general practice surveyor for 27 years and he is now a senior professional in the civil services. He has been serving both the RICS and HKIS as an APC assessor since 1993. Before joining the HKSAR Government. Mr. Siu was an executive in HSBC group and had worked in Marketing Department, Wayfoong Property Limited and the Group Head Property Office, HSBC for over 13 years. Part-time lecturing is also Mr Siu’s favourite and he has been a part-time lecturer in various universities for nearly 20 years.
Mr Siu is the co-author of the book, Valuation of Development Land in Hong Kong (2001 edition). This book has been used as a standard textbook for surveying students in the universities and is the only valuation textbook written by a practicing surveyor who is still handling property valuations daily. Apart from property profession, Mr Siu has a personal pursuit in the telecommunication industry and is now a member of the Radio Spectrum and Technical Standards Advisory Committee to advise the Director-General of Communications, OFCA on a number of telecommunication matters.
For enquiries or further information, please contact Mr Peter Au, RICS Business Development Manager, on +852 2116 9719 or firstname.lastname@example.org.