Edward Shepherd

Lecturer in Real Estate Development at Henley Business School


  • Henley Business School



Henley Business School

Edward is a dual-qualified (MRICS and MRTPI) chartered planning and development surveyor and town planner with experience in both private practice and academic teaching and research.

While in consultancy, Edward advised private and public sector clients on planning applications, strategic land promotion, affordable housing issues, development feasibility and viability, and planning policy development.

Edward’s recent research has explored the relationship between national political ideologies and policy and legislative changes in national English town and country planning. His research interests also cover the urban policy making process, urban governance, and the politics of development.

Real estate development; Urban planning; Politics and policy making.


Allmendinger, P. Haughton, G. and Shepherd, E. 2016. Where is planning to be found? Material practices and the multiple spaces of planning, Environment and Planning C, 34 (1): 38 – 51. 

Lees, E. and Shepherd, E. 2015. Incoherence and incompatibility in planning law, International Journal of Law in the Built Environment, 7 (2): 111 – 126.

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