Methods of Capital Appraisal
In Chapter 2 the work of a capital planning team was described, outlining how a multidisciplinary team put together a proposal for a large scheme, having been through the process of identifying needs and priorities. This process culminates in the preparation of a series of reports, some of which are supported by financial information, such as the costs and phasings of money required to pay for the work involved, and an indication of the running costs of any new proposal.
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