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Pete Wyatt appointed to a Chair in Real Estate Appraisal/Management

REP is delighted to announce that Dr. Pete Wyatt has been appointed to a Chair in Real Estate Appraisal/Management. Professor Wyatt said "I am delighted to accept this position and look forward to taking up this new challenge in my career."

Professor Wyatt has taught at the University of Reading for four years and has conducted extensive teaching, consultancy and research in land management and valuation. He has developed and delivered national and international university programmes at all levels (undergraduate, graduate and professional practice). He has extensive experience of course development, has taught in the UK and overseas and has published two text books.

RREF would like to add our congratulations for this exciting new role.

Undergraduate wins International Research Prize

Richard Fell, who graduated from Real Estate & Planning last summer, has received a major award for his undergraduate dissertation. Each year Aareal Bank AG and the Real Estate Management Institute of the EBS Business School (EBS REMI) award the Aareal Award of Excellence in Real Estate Research for academically-outstanding research work in real estate economics. The winner in the Bachelor category was Richard Fell for his thesis "Deciphering mixed signals: do dynamic conditional correlations and cointegration tests remove or reinforce the case for listed real estate equities within the domestic UK mixed-asset portfolio over time?". The award ceremony took place on Friday, 22nd February at Campus Schloss Reichartshausen in Oestrich-Winkel on the occasion of the 14th EBS Immobilienkongress. You can read more of what Richard has been up to in Real Estate & Planning's Graduate of the Month series.

Emma Street - winner of the Best Research Output Prize 2013

Dr. Emma Street, a lecturer in Real Estate & Planning, has won the runner-up prize for Best Research Output 2013. This is a University-wide competition with one paper being selected for each Faculty. All Schools had the opportunity to nominate a paper published by a faculty member at lecturer level which were then sent out for external review. All the submissions were judged to be of very high quality.

Emma Street won for her paper 'Resilience Planning, Economic Change and the Politics of Post-recession Development in London and Hong Kong, Urban Studies, Vol 49(5) 1065-1087 (with Raco, M.)'.

Congratulations, Emma!

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