Journal of Corporate Real Estate


Built Environment

Table Of Contents: Volume 3 Issue 2

Relocation and expansion: Using processes and information to deliver success

Kate McEnroe

Although statistical data to support relocation and expansion decisions is more readily available than ever before, the best approach to successful projects remains a…

Flexibility in the workplace: Instrumental or creative?

Wim Pullen

Workplace innovation is a much‐described subject. Workplace innovation is usually introduced to increase flexibility. Workplace knowledge is, most of the time…

Accounting for property in the UK: The legal and professional framework

Timothy Eccles, Andrew Holt

The paper proposes to outline the rules, regulations and generally accepted accounting principles that must be followed when recognising and valuing property in UK…

CRE portfolio management: Improving the process

Pity van der Schaaf, Lydia de Puy

Many corporate and public real estate managers are challenged to prove their added value to both the organisation and the individual business units or departments. Value…

Key performance indicators: Primary drivers of information systems design

Larry Barkley

As the demand for enterprise‐wide performance measurement of corporate real estate portfolios and service providers ever increases, the number of tools available to…

The implications of discrete variables on portfolio management strategies

Stephen A. Stoner, Noah D. Shlaes

The authors present a series of variables driving corporate real estate strategy and discuss their interaction, with examples. Capital structure, geographical diversity…



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