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Prof Paul Greenhalgh


Department: Architecture and Built Environment

Paul is Professor of Real Estate and Regeneration, Head of Built Environment, founder of the URBaNE research group and R3intelligence consultancy and curator of the North East Regeneration Archive (NERA).  He is a member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Suveyors, belongng to Commercial, Planning & Development and Valuation Professional Groups and is an APC assessor.  His field of expertise is the analysis of commercial property markets.  Paul is widely published both in academic and professional circles and is currently involved in research and consultancy projects that explore the potential to use Geographic Information Systems to visualise commercial real estate markets.

Paul Greenhalgh

Campus Address

Sutherland Building

44 (0)191 2274593


  • Building PhD June 30 2006
  • PGCE June 30 1993
  • Estate Management BSc (Hons) July 04 1989
  • Fellow (FHEA) Higher Education Academy (HEA) 2002
  • Accredited Member Staff and Educational Development Association (SEDA) 1992
  • Member (MRICS) Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) 1992

Key Publications

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • Bounce back or recalibrate? Reimagining the high street post Covid-19 and the role of surveyors in return to a ‘new normal’, Greenhalgh, P. 8 Jul 2020
  • HIGH STREET PROSPECTS Bounce back or recalibrate? A reflection on the prospect for UK high streets and town centres to find a new future in a post COVID-19 world, Greenhalgh, P. 14 Apr 2020
  • Using GIS to Explore the Potential of Business Rating Data to Analyse Stock and Value Change for Land Administration: A Case Study of York, Greenhalgh, P., King, H., Muldoon-Smith, K., Adebayo, A., Ellis, J. 12 May 2020, In: ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information
  • An investigation of the impact of 2017 Business Rates Revaluation on independent high street retailers in the north of England, Greenhalgh, P., Johnson, L., Huntley, V. 10 Apr 2019, In: Journal of Property Investment & Finance
  • Beyond natural vacancy, Muldoon-Smith, K., Greenhalgh, P., Frodsham, M. 4 Jul 2019
  • Grease to the wheel or a spanner in the works? Reflecting on the legacy of 40 years of property-led regeneration in Tyne and Wear, Greenhalgh, P. 3 Mar 2019
  • Investigating Retail Property Market Dynamics through Spatial Accessibility Measures, Adebayo, A., Greenhalgh, P., Muldoon-Smith, K. 8 Aug 2019, In: Journal of European Real Estate Research
  • Investigating retail space performance through spatial configuration of consumer movement, Adebayo, A., Greenhalgh, P., Muldoon-Smith, K. 8 Jul 2019, Proceedings of the 12th Space Syntax Symposium (12SSS), Beijing, Space Syntax Network
  • Suspect foundations, Muldoon-Smith, K., Greenhalgh, P. 1 Aug 2019, In: Energy Research and Social Science

PGR Supervision

  • Lynn Johnson Start: 01/10/2018
  • Xiaohong Chen Developing A Third Party Investment Partnership Framework To Encourage Low Carbon Building Projects In China Start: 11/05/2016
  • Adejimi Adebayo Retail Property Market Performance of Cities: An Investigation of the relationships between spatial configuration of consumer movement and changes in retail stock and value in Leeds, Newcastle and York Start: 01/10/2016
  • Gillian Telford-Cooke Delivering Community Asset Transfer in a complex adaptive system: Third party facilitation of Community Asset Transfer in English local authorities Start: 18/11/2014


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