Our next IHURER Seminar will be: Linda Cong: ‘Urban villages’ Redevelopments in Weihai- Physical and social changes’ Dr Sarah Johnsen: ‘Reconfiguring knowledge hierarchies? The weighting of medical evidence in homelessness assessments in England
We live in a period where free market dominance is being openly questioned in terms of efficiency and sustainability – among other reasons. No doubt this has a lot to do with the financial crisis’ effect on every economy in the world, which is then retransmitted and multiplied due to globalization. Even the most fortified […]
Professor Colin Jones’ latest book has just been published entitled, “Office Markets and Public Policy” by Wiley-Blackwell. This is the first book that looks at how offices and office markets in cities have changed over the last 30 years.
In November 2011, David Cameron promised a package of policies to “get Britain building again”. Colin Jones, Professor of Estate Management at the IHURER research institute explains why housebuilding in the UK still fails to keep pace with population growth. A UK government report in 2007 noted, “For a generation, the supply of new homes […]