Those who forget the past are condemned to repeat it.

This webinar chronicles 6 well known Australian Property Developers from 1955 to 2010 and  a giant of the industry – Dick Dusseldorp (Civil and Civic Lend Lease) then to Christopher Skase (Qintex/Mirage), Alan Bond ( Bond Corp) , Brian Ray (Ray Group), Peter Wills ( CRI) and  Paul Peterson (Girvan).

Their modus operandi and Property Developer Dynamics are revealed.

The session includes valuable knowledge and expertise and includes a section of the webinar on analyzing a real site with Dr Drane’s expert tricks of the trade and analytical methods and his toolkits.

The session introduces you to:

Dr Drane’s ‘Fundamentals’ Developer Toolkit which has analytical methods, tools and tricks of the trade to help you test your property development’s potential and viability and reduce risk of delivery.

Dr Drane’s ‘Start Ups’ Survival Toolkit which helps you establish a company structure for your brand new development company, its strategic plan and its first development/s.

Our Class This Week: ‘History of Property Development’ is on Wednesday Evening 20th February 2019 at 7.30pm to 9.00pm AEDT Sydney Australia Standard Ticket $100AUD plus gst pp.

Early Bird Ticket pp Price $50 plus gst: Book by Sunday Night 17 February 2019, 9 pm:

Group Ticket Price pp $45 plus gst: Book by Tuesday Night 19 February 2019, 5 pm:

Bookings on all tickets are subject to a minimum class size of 5 and a maximum of 15 to 20 at our discretion.

Dr Jonathan Drane

See you in class.

By jon@jondrane.net

Dr Jonathan Drane is an independent researcher and advisor to government, corporate, legal and academic sectors. He applies research methods to solve complex problems through project analysis in the commercial construction and development sector. Jonathan is a recognised expert in city precinct development with an emphasis on activation of dormant cityscapes. Jonathan’s doctoral research project (2011 to 2014) studied dormant cityscapes in several Australian regional cities and how they were bought to life. Going beyond just a research emphasis he was involved in the revitalisation of the Palmer Street Precinct, Townsville (2003 to 2008) as a catalyst developer. In this way he has both researched and been involved as a practitioner in this specific field of urban activation. His advisory profile ranges from planning urban development of dormant cityscapes, to forensic analysis of complex construction and property development problems in legal and industry situations. Jonathan is also a recognised award winning author in the non-fiction and historical genre winning an award for his first book on the Camino de Santiago (The Way of a Thousand Arrows) in 2007 with the NSW Writers Centre.

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