Capital Planning aligns your capital investment with your real estate strategy.

It gives you fingertip control of cross-portfolio asset replacement, enhancements or upgrades, and establishes new, refurbishment, relocation, and consolidation demands.

Capital planning unlocks the power of strategic decision-making which underpins effective investment allocation. It is fundamental to capital management.

Working closely with our investment advisory team enables us to provide advice in added value transactions.

Our approach is based on evaluating development options, implementing site studies, concept design, master planning, construction costs or even setting the brief for re-development schemes. 

Services provided

  • Prioritised data collection
  • Alignment of projects and real estate strategies
  • Existing process audit and efficiency planning
  • Capex cashflow P&L forecasting
  • Capex management monitoring and financial reporting tailored to the client’s requirements
  • Commercial cost management, assurance and governance
  • Urban Planning Analysis
  • Development Potential
  • Market Design Standards For Office, Logistic And Residential

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  • Megumi Matsumoto

    Director, Capital Planning

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