Journal of Property Valuation and Investment: Volume 12 Issue 1


Table of contents

The Resolution of Valuation Disputes: The Position of the Expert Witness

W.H. Rees

Discusses why there should be mechanisms for the settlement of valuationdisputes. The various forms are: the Lands Tribunals in the UK; localtribunals and courts;…

Leasehold Enfranchisement – The Valuation of Blocks of Flats

Andrew Wells

Considers the valuation of blocks of flats as a result of the LeaseholdReform, Housing and Urban Development Act, 1993. Qualifying residents ofblocks of flats now have the…

Quality and Property Performance

Andrew Baum

Quality and profit are often considered to be connected. The propertymarket is one in which the concept often arises. For example, thedefinition of prime property is a…

Investment and Private Sector Residential Development in Inner‐city Dublin

Alastair Adair, Jim Berry, Stanley McGreal

The role of state intervention in stimulating inner‐city land marketsfor private‐sector residential development is becoming an increasinglyimportant element of urban…

Centralism vs Federalism: Implications for Regional Diversification

Martin Brühl, Colin Lizieri

As property investment increasingly takes place on an internationalstage, investors are turning to portfolio theory to help structure theirinvestment strategies. Portfolio…



Renamed from:

Journal of Valuation

Online date, start – end:

1991 – 1998

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited