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Last edited 24 Feb 2020
The RIBA Plan of Work 2013 defines the Project Objectives as:
'The client’s key objectives as set out in the Initial Project Brief. The document includes, where appropriate, the employer’s Business Case, Sustainability Aspirations or other aspects that may influence the preparation of the brief and, in turn, the Concept Design stage. For example, Feasibility Studies may be required in order to test the Initial Project Brief against a given site, allowing certain high-level briefing issues to be considered before design work commences in earnest.'
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