Mark Dobson is a Lecturer in Planning & Development within the Department of Real Estate & Planning.
His core teaching and research interests focus on planning and development theory, policy and practice. Particularly where these intersect with conceptions of neoliberalism, sustainability and public interest and how these shape the politics around land-use and development decision-making.
- PhD Planning & Development - University of Reading’
- MA Geography - King’s College London.
- BSc Geography - Kingston University London.
- Associate Member of the Royal Town Planning Institute (AssocRTPI)
- Chartered Geographer & Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society (CGeog-FRGS)
- Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA)
- Member of the Town & Country Planning Association
Projects in Development & Planning
Summary module description: A multi project based module that introduces new skills whilst drawing together existing knowledge in 'Real world' development and planning scenarios. The module consists of two projects...
Projects in Real Estate and Planning (1)
Summary module description The purpose of this module is twofold. Firstly, it aims to develop a range of key skills to help students make the transition from school to university...
Real Estate Economics
This module aims to provide students with a solid foundation in real estate economics in order to provide insights into the application of economic principles and models in respect of...
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