High End Rural Infrastructure Assessments

Major companies and governing bodies require advise on High End Rural Infrastructure Assessments and projects for Strategic Planning, Sensitivity Analysis, Profit and Loss assessment and Balance Sheets.  For example; sewerage plants, major highways, water resources, power plants and roadwork infrastructure require analysis to determine the overall worth and benefit that the infrastructure will provide.

The added value of Rural Infrastructure to the overall value of the property can be sometimes understated.  Both in Valuation and Depreciation, it is important to understand the true worth of the Infrastructure.  The design and layout of the Infrastructure can determine the efficiency of the overall business enterprise.

Definitions – With reference from GANTPMV, API and ASA’.

GANTPMV High End Rural Infrastructure Assessments

Water Facilities: A water facility includes plant or structural improvement that is primarily and principally for the purpose of conserving or conveying water.  It also includes an alteration, addition or extension to that plant or structural improvement.  Examples of water facilities are dams, tanks, tank stands, bores, wells, irrigation channels, water piping, pumps, water towers and windmills.

Fencing Assets: A fencing

asset is an asset or structural improvement that is a fence, or a repair of a fence of a capital nature, or an alteration, addition or extension to a fence. The capital expenditure you incur on the construction, manufacture, installation or acquisition of the fencing asset must have been incurred primarily and principally in a primary production business that you conduct on land in Australia. You may claim the deduction even if you are only a lessee of the land.

Fodder Storage Assets: A fodder storage asset is an asset that is primarily and principally for the purpose of storing fodder. It is also a structural improvement, or a repair of a capital nature, or an alteration, addition or extension, to an asset or a structural improvement, that is primarily and principally for the purpose of storing fodder.

Horticultural Plants: A horticultural plant is a live plant or fungus that is cultivated or propagated for any of its products or parts.  You can claim some deductions for the decline in value of horticultural plants.

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We provide expert valuation reports in the following classes of assets.

  • 1. Highways and Traffic Infrastructure

    Upgrades in road and carriage ways, introduction of traffic lights/roundabouts and construction of new routes all provide a financial benefit to the community.  That benefit requires to be assessed to be added to the governing body’s balance sheet.

  • 2. Water Resources

    Dams, weirs, above and underground pipelines, and reservoirs, apart from providing a much-needed resource also provide monetary value to the community and need to be determined.

  • 3. Forestry Reserves

    Forestry Reserves provide a vital part to the overall stability of a community. However, they must be managed correctly. A well-managed Reserve in terms of weeds, feral animals and pest mitigation can add a great monetary benefit.

  • 4. Agriculture

    Farm sheds, water resources, fencing, silos, staff quarters all provide added value to the operation of an agricultural enterprise. These items are generally separated in a valuation report.

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HIGH END RURAL INFRASTRUCTURE ASSESSMENT