Writing winning business cases

Obtaining approval for funding new premises requires the submission to your commissioner of a robust and professionally presented business case.

We have specialised in this area for many years and have both a valuable library of resources and templates which satisfy the complex requirements of the commissioners.

Key chapters in a business case will include:

  • Current position
  • Medium and long term vision
  • National and local policy drivers
  • Needs of the population
  • Option appraisal
  • Patient consultation
  • Financial modelling
  • Project management arrangements

Our approach:

Key steps to ensure approval of a business case involves:

  • Identifying key audiences for the completed business case and ensuring their engagement and support
  • Tailoring our substantial library of resources to help prepare an individual offering
  • Succinctly articulating the vision for the service
  • Developing the financial case for the proposed development
  • Ensuring that the building designs and sizing are correctly carried out and documented
  • Providing the required financial development appraisal for your project and liaising with the district valuer and the proposed funding body

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