Research Series – Nick Nunnington (Fri 21 Oct, 12pm @ BSS 534 Forum Lecture Theatre)

Contemporary Issues in the Built Environment: Can the real estate profession keep up with the disruptive changes sweeping through the industry?

Nick is a creative thinker and  is likely to give us  thought provoking insight into the changes which are causing the development industry to adapt  its approaches to a changing context especially in the commercial sector.  Nick is a former academic at Sheffield Hallam University where he led an innovative Masters in Real Estate for over a decade. He then moved on to be Associate Vice Provost (Professional Programs) and Academic Dean of Real Estate,  Higher Colleges of Technology (HCT), Abu Dhabi, UAE, where he was responsible for some innovative developments in on line learning and teaching. He is a visiting Professor at Nottingham Trent University and Visiting Lektor at Hanzehogeschool, Groningen, The Netherlands. In addition  he is responsible for the delivery of  a number of courses on the new Adelaide Master of Property.

Nick  is author of two key texts  in property: The Income Approach to Property Valuation (6th Edition): Estates Gazette, London and  Corporate Real Estate Asset Management: Strategy and Implementation, Elsevier, Oxford.  He has managed property related education projects in Canada, China, Norway, Poland, Turkey, UK and the Gulf States.

When and time: Friday 21 October 2016, 12pm to 1pm
Location: Barr Smith South 534 Forum Lecture Theatre

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