Good development control employed on a strategic level is an instrument enabling businesses to understand how they have got to where they are today – and how they can build on these experiences to ensure optimised future developments. The aim of analysis of past information is always to reduce risk, cost and time, plus maximising future outputs.
From our experience, we tend to find that our clients are …
- worried they are not using hard-won capital budgets in the most efficient way
- concerned their current programme of works isn’t achieving commercial objectives in terms of cost, time, quality, energy efficiency and supply chain management
- or frustrated that their commercial, construction and procurement teams are not fully aligned to achieving the same ends
Wyeth has, through many years of experience, encountered all these problems and has developed an approach that produces real tangible results throughout the entire development process; from evaluation of potential and industrialisation of design concepts, to effective supply chain development, safe and efficient working practices and on-site delivery.
Working under the toughest of commercial pressures Wyeth aims to deliver projects on time, within budget constraints and to the right level of quality and performance, always remaining focused on the ultimate business needs.
Development control is all about making the right choices for each individual location. For example, in the heart of a town the shop is likely to dominate, whereas out of town locations are more likely to focus on fuel sales and rapid coffee stop, with less focus on peripheral services. There is no universal solution and choices need to be made based on a full and impartial analysis of past experiences.