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Dr Paul Greenhalgh

Head of Built Environment

Department: Architecture and Built Environment

Paul is a Professor of Real Estate and Regeneration and Head of Built Environment at Northumbria; a Chartered Surveyor by professional practice, he is founder of the URBaNE research group and R3intelligence consultancy and curator of the North East Regeneration Archive

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Paul is Professor of Real Estate and Regeneration, Head of Built Environment and founder of the URBaNE research group and R3intelligence consultancy and curator of the North East Regeneration Archive (NERA).  He qualified a Chartered Surveyor  in 1992 and is amember of RICS Commercial, Planning & Development and Valuation Professional Groups.  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.

 

Campus Address

Sutherland Building



0191 2274593

Qualifications

PhD FHEA PGCED MRICS BSc (Hons)

Research Themes and Scholarly Interests

  • Commercial real estate markets
  • Smart Cities and data modelling
  • Urban Policy Analysis & Impact Evaluation
  • Real Estate Development and Appraisal
  • Brownfield land for housing

Current/Recent Projects

  • Evaluation and modelling of impact of Business Rate reforms and retention
  • Spatial analysis of office market vacancy in the U.K and the potential for adaptive reuse of redundant office buildings
  • Investigation of viability of brownfield land for residential development
  • Evaluation of the performance of Local Asset Backed Vehicles in England
  • Investigation of the divergence of Scottish and English Urban Policy
  • Spatial modelling of retail markets in terms of location preference
  • Integration of Space Syntax modelling with commercial real estate data
  • Spatial analysis of office market vacancy in the U.K and the potential for adaptive reuse of redundant office buildings
  • Evaluation of the performance of Local Asset Backed Vehicles in England
  • Investigation of the divergence of Scottish and English Urban Policy
  • Awarded 2013 Sam Aaronovich Memorial Prize for the Best Article in Local Economy for co-authored paper 'Swimming against the tide: a study of a neighbourhood trying to rediscover its 'reason for being' - the case of South Bank, Redcar and Cleveland' (May 2012 27:3)
  • More infromation can be found here

 

Key Publications

Greenhalgh, P. and King, H. (2013) Developing an indicator of property market resilience - investigating the potential of GIS to analyse business occupier displacement and property market filtering: a case study of Tyne and Wear. Urban Studies, 50 (2). pp. 372-390. ISSN 0042-0980 

Greenhalgh, P., King, H. and Lilley, S. (2013) A longitudinal analysis of the performance of Enterprise Zones in the North East of England. Regions, 3 (291). pp. 22-24. ISSN 1367-3882 

Greenhalgh, P., McGuinness, D., Davidson , G., Robinson, F. & Braidford, P. (2012) Swimming against the tide: a study of a neighbourhood trying to rediscover its ‘reason for being’– the case of South Bank, Redcar and Cleveland. Local Economy, 27 (3). pp. 251-264. ISSN 0269-0942 ( awarded the Local Economy Sam Aaranovitch Memorial Prize 2013, for the article that best promotes, in terms of quality and content, the progressive values of the founder of the Local Economy Policy Unit.) 

Greenhalgh, P., Furness, H. & Hall, A. (2012) Time for TIF? The prospects for the introduction of Tax Increment Financing in England from a local authority perspective. Journal of Urban Regeneration and Renewal. 5(4) pp367-380 

Greenhalgh, P., Pugalis, L.,  McGuinness, D., Furness , H. and Errington, B. (2012) Chalk and Cheese: A comparison of England and Scotland’s emerging approaches to regeneration. Town & Country Planning, 81 (2). pp. 84-88. ISSN 0040-9960  

Greenhalgh, P. and Shaw, K. (2010) Revisiting the ‘missing middle’ in English Sub-National Governance. Local Economy. Volume 25 (5-6), 457 - 475

Further Information

For further information see my academia web page at: http://northumbria.academia.edu/PaulGreenhalgh

For further information see my Linkedin Professional Profile

To view my Northumbria Research Link page click here

My Google Scholar Link can be found here

PGR Supervision

PhD completions as Principal Supervisor:

Xiaotong Yang, An Investigation of the Governance Role of Qualified Foreign Institutional Investors: An Analysis of Listed Real Estate Companies in China, 2010-15

Ian Morton, The Challenge of Compact Urban Development in Nicaraguan Secondary Cities, Part Time Graduate Tutor, 2008-2016

Kevin Muldoon-Smith Taking Stock: An Investigation into the Nature, Scale and Location of Secondary Commercial Office Vacancy in the UK and an Appraisal of the Various Strategies and Opportunities for its Management and Amelioration, 2012-16

Current PhD supervision:

Principal Supervisor: Gillian Telford-Cooke From Big Government to Big Society: Localism through the lens of Local Authority Community Asset Transfer (2013-2017) 

Second supervisor: Mohammed Alqarni Towards an integrated residential infrastructure, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. (2013-2017)

Second supervisor for Kenneth John Kelly The role of Building Information Modelling to Facilities Management (2015-2021)

Second supervisor for Diogo Henriques Collective Planning Processes for Future Cities (2015-2019)

Principal supervisor for Adejimi Adebayo Using Space Syntax and Retail Property Market data to reveal how Retail Property Markets are influenced by spatial connectivity, accessibility and movement (2016-2020)

NRL Link

Further Information

Winner of Sam Aaranovitch Memorial Prize for Best Article in Local Economy 2013

Creator and keeper of the North East Regeneration Archive available open access online via www.urbaneweb.org.uk containing documents from the following limited life organisations:

  • Bridging Newcastle Gateshead Neighbourhood Renewal Pathfinder
  • Tyne and Wear Development Corporation
  • Grainger Town Partnership
  • Sunderland ARC Regeneration Company
  • Project Genesis (Consett)
  • Sustainable Cities Research Institute

Follow URBaNE Research Group on Twitter: @urbaneregen

Follow R3intelligence consultancy on Twitter: @r3intelligence

Follow Northumbria Real Estate programmes on Twitter: @Northumbriaprop

https://northumbria.academia.edu/PaulGreenhalgh 

Research Gate Profile 

 

Professional Activity

  • Member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors
  • Fellow of Higher Education Academy
  • Member of Association of Chief Estate Surveyors and Property Managers
  • Member of the Regional Studies Association
  • Board member of Your Back Yard CIC

External Links

Web site links:

URBaNEresearch group

R3intelligence consultancy

North East Regeneration Archive 

Twitter feeds:

@urbaneregen

@r3intelligence

@NEregenarchive

@Northumbriaprop


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