Journal of Valuation: Volume 1 Issue 2

Category:

Built Environment

Table of contents

TOWARDS A STANDARD PROPERTY INCOME VALUATION MODEL: RATIONALISATION OR STAGNATION?

ANGUS McINTOSH, STEPHEN SYKES

In a previous paper Sykes derived a mathematically consistent investment valuation model for freehold properties which he referred to as the Rational Model. This new model…

THE VALUATION OF ‘NO‐MARKET’ PROPERTY ASSETS

MICHAEL RAYNER

Since 1974 a great deal of thought has been given to the valuation of the property assets of public limited companies. The ‘Guidance Notes’ published jointly by the Royal…

THE VALUATION OF DEVELOPMENT PROPERTIES: 2

JOHN RATCLIFFE

Part one of this article appeared in Journal of Valuation Volume 1 Number 1 at page 24. Part three, to be published in Journal of Valuation Volume 1 Number 3, will…

DEVELOPMENT LAND TAX: THE BASES OF VALUE

T. HOYES

The history of the taxation of development value in the UK is long, exceedingly complicated and, until the mid‐1970s, a saga of failure for political, administrative and…

LONDON COMMERCIAL OFFICE SPACE SURVEY: A SURVEY AND ANALYSIS OF OFFICE DEVELOPMENT

PAUL SHERMAN

This research was provoked by the apparent lack of a consistent information base for commercial office floorspace statistics for London. Each of a variety of sources seem…

ISSN:

0263-7480

Online date, start – end:

1983 – 1990

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited