The development potential of any property depends on several factors including market considerations such as its street exposure, adjacent land uses, amenity and outlook. One significant overriding factor relates to what the planning scheme says about acceptable land uses, building form (such as height, site cover, or boundary clearances), car parking, minimum sizes for new lots in a subdivision, and connection to services. These are a few of the considerations. In some situations State government requirements may also influence development potential.Evaluating development potential can sometimes be simple but for other sites will require professional input, developing several concept options and examining their viability and feasibility, before refining the ideas to arrive at a site potential. These are the sorts of tasks that we regularly carry out for our clients.