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BCIS is held by RICS Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors in the UK. Useful data for doing residual land valuations and development appraisals. To quote RICS…’This tool helps you prepare cost plans, provide early cost advice to clients and benchmark costs for both commercial and residential buildings’. Here is the link https://www.rics.org/uk/products/data-products/bcis-construction/
When using online survey methods, two useful software products are Qualtrics and Survey Monkey. Basic techniques for analysing the findings are also available in the software. See the links here: https://www.qualtrics.com/ https://www.surveymonkey.com/
NNIP is a useful networked repository for neighbourhood scale data. As highlighted on the NNIP site, data collection and analysis are essential parts of NNIP’s work in communities. See the data sources link below: https://www.neighborhoodindicators.org/data-tech/sources
The Real Estate Institute New Zealand (REINZ) provides useful sales data collected from the point of unconditional and conditional sale. Regional median house price and house price index analysis, as part of the wider residential data sets, can be found here: https://www.reinz.co.nz/residential-property-data-gallery
‘Research’ is a term that covers a multitude of activities, but in one way or another they are all about finding things out. At one level this can mean simply collecting information, so that an evening spent on the internet looking up holiday options is a form of research. But at another level research involves […]
LINZ holds New Zealand land and seabed data, and also provides data services. According to LINZ… You can search, browse for and download data online on the LINZ Data Service. You can add datasets, visualise data in your map, and crop datasets – all without the need for special software. You can also integrate the […]