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The cost is the quantity of currency needed to execute or perform certain Actions during a session. An example of a cost can be the currency needed to build a building.

How does a Cost relate to the Tygron Platform?

In the Tygron Platform costs are values created when Actions are taken that influence the Budget of a Stakeholder. It is possible to adjust the cost per Function. The cost of an action can be influenced by a variety of different factors (e.g. number of floors or building type). Incomes, together with costs, compose the total Budget of a Stakeholder in a session.

Types of Costs

The platform distinguishes a variety of different types of costs:

Construction Cost

Building costs refer to the money that is used for constructing a Building. Also, the costs for Terrain adjustments, such as lowering and raising the terrain, or changing the type of terrain, are referred to as Construction Costs.

Land Price when buying

The land price when buying reflects the purchase costs per measurement. This is a default value, however, this value is open for change during the negotiation process between the involved stakeholders.

Buyout Cost

When demolishing a Building in the Tygron Platform during a planning session, the associated costs can be considerably higher when the building is not vacant. These extra costs are the buy out fee that needs to be paid to the occupants for their relocation.

Money Transfers to other Stakeholders

It is possible to transfer money to other stakeholders. This can happen, for example, as part of the negotiation process; one stakeholder performs an Action that also positively affects an Indicator for another stakeholder, who is willing to contribute to the project with an amount of money.


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