The involvement of the private investor in urban regeneration projects makes the verification of the financial feasibility of the initiative inevitable. Thus, the applicability of Break Even Analysis (BEA) is tested in this study. BEA is a financial analysis technique that allows to study the impact that technical, economic and organizational decisions may have on the financial feasibility of the project. The main methodological and operational aspects of BEA are discussed, with the application of an urban regeneration of a former brownfield site located in a city of Southern Italy being developed. The success of the experiment confirms the possibility to use BEA for the financial analysis of projects, especially in the early design stages.

Break Even Analysis for the financial verification of urban regeneration projects / Morano, P.; Tajani, F. - (2013), pp. 1830-1835. [10.4028/www.scientific.net/AMM.438-439.1830].

Break Even Analysis for the financial verification of urban regeneration projects

TAJANI F
2013

Abstract

The involvement of the private investor in urban regeneration projects makes the verification of the financial feasibility of the initiative inevitable. Thus, the applicability of Break Even Analysis (BEA) is tested in this study. BEA is a financial analysis technique that allows to study the impact that technical, economic and organizational decisions may have on the financial feasibility of the project. The main methodological and operational aspects of BEA are discussed, with the application of an urban regeneration of a former brownfield site located in a city of Southern Italy being developed. The success of the experiment confirms the possibility to use BEA for the financial analysis of projects, especially in the early design stages.
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