News from Real Estate & Planning

In the September Newsletter readers were introduced to Dr Emma Street's papers that she presented at Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) Annual International Conference. We are pleased to be able to share the full papers with you via the links below:

McAllister, P., Street, E. and Wyatt, P. (2013) Shovel ready? An empirical investigation of stalled residential sites. Working Papers in Real Estate & Planning. 11/13. Working Paper. University of Reading, Reading. pp27.

McAllister, P., Street, E. and Wyatt, P. (2013) Inside the black box: unravelling the development viability appraisal process. Working Papers in Real Estate & Planning. 12/13. Working Paper. University of Reading, Reading. pp35.

Real Estate & Planning Ranks Highly in Times Good University Guide

The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide League Table 2014 ranks Henley Business School in the UK's top ten for undergraduate degrees in Real Estate & Planning. Real Estate & Planning came second in the UK and topped the table for Graduate Prospects.

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Congratulations to Real Estate & Planning's High Achievers

Congratulations to Simon Beck, Bryony Buckmaster, Kate Rankine and Charles Wadsley. These four REP undergraduate students have each won the Chancellor's Award for outstanding academic achievement.

The Chancellor's Award is the most prestigious student award scheme at the University of Reading and recognises the very best and highest academically achieving students from across the University.

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Dr Emma Street featured on the BBC Radio Berkshire

Dr Emma Street from Real Estate & Planning was featured on the BBC Radio Berkshire lunchtime show on 18 November. Emma talked to host Paul Coia about the CycleBOOM project. The research, which is being run in collaboration with academics at Oxford Brookes, Cardiff, and UWE (Bristol), seeks to better understand the needs of older cyclists. The project website has launched, so take a look to find out more and possibly sign up (or encourage your relatives and friends aged 50+) to get involved! www.cycleboom.org.

You can hear Emma on Radio Berkshire via the link below. Emma's interview starts at 02.08.20.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p01k637m

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