? Site investigation and site survey ? Design Works – Concept Design, Detailed Design and Technical Designs (where relevant) ? Planning permissions – outline and full ? Building regulations approval ? Remediation of land ? Refurbishment/rebuilding of protected structures (where necessary) ? Phasing of the main buildings within the mixed used development. The programme should show the duration for each of the main buildings in the development and in what order they will be delivered (phasing). You will need to provide a justification for the order in which the buildings are delivered. As this is a tender (high level) programme, you are not required to estimate durations for the individual work packages or elements in the building. Reviews from our group presentation: – Phasing the project – spread of costs, adjust as project proceeds, occupation can continue, mitigation of traffic. Noise and pollution can be problematic. Design and construction stages mapped out – put on a diagram of construction phasing? – Do not explain basic knowledge (pros and cons of a phased execution plan) you should comment on how the phasing will apply to your project and the unique benefits of phasing to your project. Also, project planning has shown a project programme, potentially an outline programme and a detailed one showing all the tasks/actors/deliverables. Timeframe for riba stage 1 to 4 are unrealistic. Representation/clarity of programmes/schedules to be improved in the final report. – Phasing needs to be developed further especially the masterplanning and task programming. RIBA 1 – 4 appears to be ambitious, more time would be required for these RIBA activities. This needs to align with the site analysis (noise, traffic, CDM etc.), commercial viability and market research (demand and supply) explained in the other sections.