Professor Neil Crosby awarded Honorary Fellowship
8 December 2014
Neil Crosby, Professor of Real Estate in the School of Real Estate & Planning, has been awarded this year's Honorary Fellowship of the Society of Property Researchers.
The University of Reading’s Professor of Real Estate, Neil Crosby, has been awarded this year's Honorary Fellowship of the Society of Property Researchers. He received his award at the Annual Dinner of the Society at the historic Stationer’s Hall building in London on November 13th. The award cites his “outstanding contribution to property research” over a long academic career mainly here at Reading. This latest award follows hard on the heels of the Annual Achievement Award of the European Real Estate Society; which was presented to him at the Society’s annual conference in Bucharest in June. That award was in recognition of his “significant contributions to research, education and professional development in the area of real estate valuation and appraisal”.
The Society of Property Researchers represents researchers in both academe and the real estate industry and the President paid tribute to Neil’s work in bridging the gap between academe and practice and his ability to communicate across this divide. The European Real Estate Society brings together the bulk of the European real estate academic community and its annual conference is often the largest gathering of real estate academics and real estate researchers in the world.