Land Assembly & Land Owner Engagement
Working collaboratively creates opportunity.
The objective of land assembly is to maximise upon sale, the value or financial return of identified land within potential development growth areas. The advantage of an “assembly strategy” is; land that has limited value as agricultural or individual land, gains increased worth via aggregation, formalisation and the establishment of a combined saleable development site.
Individual land owners and local government can both benefit from this type of development strategy. It requires vision, patience and a willingness to work collaboratively together to achieve a successful outcome for all stakeholders.
Due diligence & feasibility analysis
Engagement & consultation
Land brokering & developer engagement
Market research & analysis
Private & public sector partnerships
Sustainable land management advice
Urban growth boundary analysis
Zoning & planning applications
GCA in Action
Development on the northern fringe
GCA is currently engaged by the Bridge Cookes Land Owners Group, to assist with a land assembly and development strategy for a forty (40) hectare site in the northern suburbs of Melbourne. GCA is currently preparing the development plan for submission to Whittlesea City Council.
Mallala, South Australia
GCA is currently engaged to provide a concept design, strategic and detailed site analysis for a development process within the Adelaide Plains local government area. The land area of 40.6 hectares provides multiple opportunities for a fully integrated and master planned community.
A unified voice in the “Apple Isle”
GCA is currently engaged by the Dylan Street Land Owners Group, to advise and guide the group on a successful infill strategy for the development of the assembled land. GCA is currently preparing the development plan for submission to Brighton Council.
Talking & working with your neighbours
GCA is continuing with its appointment by Hobsons Bay City, to engage and work with the 200+ landowners of the Burns Road Industrial Estate, Altona. By the close of 2017, the Burns Road Land Owners Group was officially formalised as an incorporated association and, with a membership of 47% of the estate and, with the ongoing guidance and support of GCA the land owners group is working collaboratively towards the next stage.