ADW Johnson’s Urban Economics and Project Strategy team is dedicated to Economic impact, property contact studies and project assessment. As projects become more complex, the need for specialised input and advice increases. The newly formed urban property economics and property strategy section of ADW Johnson not only responds to particular needs in relation to these disciplines but has the capacity to value add to our other areas of operation across a range of project types.
The in-house expertise available relates to property and land capability assessments; property development strategy, project planning and feasibility; location analysis; market research; and economic and social impact assessment. Services also extend to real estate consultancy services for complex transactions where specialist experienced input is required to ensure certainty in outcomes.
Our staff boast an extensive background in the property industry with vast experience working with private and government clients in employee and consultant capacities.
ADW Johnson have an enviable source of industry contacts specific to property, planning and economic interests. Moreover, we have also developed a significant bank of “corporate knowledge” in relation to the NSW regional and Hunter property development market and the key skills required in the economics domain. This ensures the take up time on assessments and tasks is not only focused but also efficient in terms of identifying the way forward for lines of enquiry and research.