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Last edited 08 Mar 2021
Types of built development
Development, in terms of land, property or real estate, is a complex process of coordinating various activities to transform ideas and plans into physical reality. As a business process, it involves the financing, construction, renovation or refurbishment of buildings and land, generally in order to make a profit.
- Build to rent
- Built to suit.
- Buyer-funded development.
- Crown build.
- Custom build.
- Housing associations.
- Investment property.
- Kit house.
- Major development.
- Meanwhile use.
- Private developer scheme.
- Private finance initiative.
- Public private partnership.
- Public procurement.
- Real Estate Investment Trusts.
- Self-build home.
- Speculative development.
- Waste development.
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