Real estate development is a complex activity where economic, social, planning, and engineering factors are combined. Many clients have to come to INECON to seek the best advice concerning the prospective development of real estate projects.
On the other hand, in most cities conflicts arise between activities which compete for space viewed as suitable for their materialization, e.g. housing development, recreational-use areas, industrial or otherwise productive development, services, public infrastructure development, etc. Such spatial allocation considerations make it imperative to have access to sound studies into land-use planning and instruments allowing the implementation of their recommendations. INECON introduces necessary land-use planning concepts both in specific sector developments and large-scale infrastructure projects where existing land-use plans need to be reformulated.