Every property redevelopment impacts or implicates a wide variety of stakeholders with some interest in the property's future, whether direct or indirect. Every redevelopment stakeholder approaches a transaction or reuse project from their own perspective and with their own priorities—yet these many stakeholder interests must sufficiently align if a property redevelopment is to be successful and sustainable.
Connecting the complete cast of redevelopment stakeholders can be vital to the success of a project. Brownfield Listings' online workspace provides the digital backbone to arrange and align the wide range of stakeholder interests into a collaborative and common purpose.
CONNECT INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL STAKEHOLDERS. DRIVE COMMON INTERESTS TOWARDS INCLUSIVE OUTCOMES.
Going beyond minimum public notice can be the key to redevelopment success—particularly at more challenging properties. And though community buy-in can be the difference between redevelopment success and failure, it can be very hard to identify—or estimate accurately—before significant time and money are spent designing and implementing redevelopment plans. You can use Brownfield Listings to engage the community and float redevelopment ideas before launching expensive steps towards redevelopment. Daylighting the design and conceptual elements of a redevelopment project with the community on the front-end can help minimize risk. Inclusive and collaborative approaches can produce better, more valuable results, in addition to saving lots of time and money on false starts by preventing unfeasible projects or bad ideas from getting past the concept phase.
Building a Brownfield Community on BL can discover a locally unwanted land use long before any capital is committed to an undesirable plan. This gives redevelopers the ability to take measured, incremental steps rather than plunging headlong into an expensive project under the wrong assumptions. And it gives the community a chance to contribute substantively.