iParks Advantage

iParks Property Group offers a complete service from start to finish. Reflecting our view that relationships are everything, we work with our clients to establish the needs of each client and deliver a comprehensive solution.

Our design and construct process follows the full property life cycle which allows for the level of flexibility to be high and response times short.

 

Stage 1 – Leasing Proposal

Documentation prepared by iParks with the client to set out the essential lease terms, building criteria and draft building layout.

 

Stage 2 – Agreement to Lease 

Formal documentation prepared by Lessor’s Solicitor and executed by all parties.  This document sets out respective obligations during construction of the premises.  The Lease document is typically appended to the Agreement to Lease.

 

Stage 3 – Development Approval

Lessor’s architect prepares site plan and building elevations for presentation to Local Authority to gain Development Approval (DA).  Client to review and sign off on all building drawings before the Lessor submits drawings to relevant statutory authorities.  Simultaneously, Lessor and Lessee continue to work on final building design and layout.

 

Stage 4 – Working Drawings

On receipt of Development Approval, Lessor’s architect and engineer prepare working drawings for construction.

 

Stage 5 – Building Licence

Client to review and sign off on all building drawings before Lessor submits drawings to relevant statutory authorities.  Where applicable client to review and sign off on all fit-out drawings before Lessor submits drawings to relevant statutory authorities.  All working drawings submitted to Local Authorities, Water Corporation and Fire & Emergency Services Authority for Building Licence approval.

 

Stage 6 – Construction of New Premises

With approvals accepted, on receipt of Building Licence construction commences on site.  In house construction capabilities mean that iParks can make changes to properties as and when clients need them.  The level of flexibility is high and response times are short.

 

Stage 7 – Lease Documentation

Lease documents executed by Lessor and Lessee.

 

Stage 8 – Occupation

Lessee takes occupation of new premises from date of practical completion.

 

Stage 9 – Property Management

Because property management and maintenance are addressed in house, response times are shorter and implementing the regular maintenance schedules is a priority.  Having a simple contact for all management and maintenance issues speeds up and simplifies the process for all clients and helps iParks keep management costs to an absolute minimum.