In order to avoid the lack of funds, the key intention for the grant funding of CLGF has been ensured with availability for servicing this land, or for purchasing additional property up to the limit provided in the grant. This has been identified as crucial and necessary for the provision of land with maximum available service in constructing the units of affordable housing (Silva, 2015). The Regional Council of Pilbara appears to have a Memorandum of Understanding with the Blue Zoo for reviewing the overall project in the definition of milestones as per the framework of project governance for ensuring the appropriate management of each and every risk.
Behavior is the consumer response or intention arising out of cognition. Affect or affective A and Cognition C (of the ABC model) is the only belief and information that consumer has on a product. A hierarchy of effects is created based on the involvement or motivation levels which a consumer has for a product or service. A standard-learning hierarchy is created when the consumer searches for information or cognizes before establishing their affectation for object. In low involvement hierarchy, the consumer might base a purchase decision on what they know. However, what they feel might not be given much consideration. An experiential hierarchy is a third category where emotions or Affect reigns first. Consumers buy the product, experience it and then cognize on buying the product for a second time (Solomon, 2008). This form of a three attribute and three hierarchical understanding can be used to analyse mass customization in the plus size industry.
Apart from these external control, the audit function of Pilbara Regional Council will review the performance and controls of project periodically in the entire life time of the project. When considering the form of private public partnership, the government helps in defining and granting certain right to the entity for the establishment and operation of facility for a fixed duration of time. The government may consider the retention of ultimate ownership across the facility and the right for supplying the key services (Svejvig and Andersen, 2015). In each and every concession, there can be occurrence of payment in both ways. The options are that the payment is made by the concessionaire to the government for rights of concession and the government may consider the payment of concessionaire. These may be provided under the agreement of meeting up specific conditions. Mostly, these types of payment through the government can be considered necessary for ensuring the commercial viability of the projects.