PFS Guidelines now available for download
June 10, 2011
These guidelines set out the objectives, processes, and techniques required for the Pre Feasibility Study (PFS).
The overarching objective of a PFS is to formulate an integrated, inclusive, and sustainable project addressing institutional, technical, financial, economical, social, and environmental (e.g., climate change) concerns. The PFS process involves a tripartite partnership between the city government, PFS consultants, and the CDIA core management team (CMT), working together to identify, conceive, and structure prioritized urban development projects needed to improve living conditions in a city.
The guide can be downloaded free of charge by clicking the following link: Pre-Feasibility Study Guidelines