Successful projects are business-plan led.  A good business plan is very important to convincing stakeholders and funders to back the project. It is also crucial for project promoters to ensure that the idea will work.

We will ensure that your business plan:

  • is well thought through;
  • properly defines the project and its implications;
  • is not based on overly optimistic assumptions;
  • can support a planning application if relevant;
  • defines the project’s governance and staffing arrangements including the development team;
  • has a financial model supporting it – this needs to involve a profit & loss projection, cash flow and often balance sheet projection;
  • shows that the key assumptions are consistent with local and wider market conditions which are well researched;
  • has evaluated the risks and ways to mitigate them;
  • includes the project’s socio-economic impacts where relevant;
  • sets out a realistic timetable for the development of the project; and
  • has specialist input where the project type demands it.
the land trust

Business planning and structure review

The Land Trust

London Borough of Richmond upon Thames Council!

Business plan review – co-working facility

London Borough of Richmond upon Thames

Lancashire County Cricket Club

Business planning support for new stadium

Lancashire County Cricket Club (LCCC)