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Long-term planning to grow your venue, and minimise disruption to trade

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Long-term planning to grow your venue, and minimise disruption to trade

As the size of clubs continues to grow, we’re encouraging clients to think about the next 5-10 years, and how their business is likely to change and grow over that time.

Where the industry has previously tackled growth in a haphazard way, this long-term “master plan” approach enables a more tailored development solution in line with the client’s strategic direction.

Between rising penalty rates, increasing competition, new gambling restrictions and lock-out laws, we understand the gravity of the challenges facing our clients. The flow-on effects of these changes may not be felt for some time and unfortunately, no one has a crystal ball. A master plan allows greater responsiveness to these industry changes.

In managing the project in bite-sized pieces, we can respond to such changes with greater flexibility. It also allows you to act quickly when funds become available, and reduce your exposure during economic downturn.

As with any renovation to an operating club, inconveniences are to be expected. Careful planning and design implemented across three or four smaller stages helps to reduce disruption to front-of-house and back-of-house operations, maximise overall efficiency during ongoing development.