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18 May 2012
The report reveals that private tenants across England and Wales are more likely to incur higher energy bills than homeowners.
14 May 2012
Location, location, location; as relevant to governments and their investment plans as it is to the most informed private investment bodies. This paper seeks to highlight that global economic realities must shape Government investment decisions by location.
08 May 2012
This research paper on local empowerment and strategic co-ordination reviews changing practices in infrastructure planning at the sub-regional level in England.
19 Apr 2012
The research collects data from a GNSS receiver mounted on the Snowdon Mountain Railway train, to improve airborne kinematic GNSS positioning.
28 Mar 2012
This report examines the impact the economic reforms have had on cost management practices in the Chinese construction industry.
14 Mar 2012
The report examines Display Energy Certificate (DEC) data from over 60,000 buildings to build a picture of how climate change affects operating costs and investment decisions in the UK commercial property sector.
12 Mar 2012
The research enhances the assessment of glacial change to refine understanding of climate trends, supporting development of sustainable engineering strategies for the UK.
18 Nov 2011
RICS study indicates a likely demand-supply gap of 44 million core professionals in India by 2020.
03 Oct 2011
Using New Zealand as a case-study, this research looks at how SMEs utilise property strategically for business, financial and personal purposes.
01 Oct 2011
An analysis of how office space is currently used, by whom, and where in Hong Kong. A thorough examination of the Hong Kong office landscape, supplemented with international case studies of New York, London and Singapore and demand forecasts using econometric models.
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