Susan Ragbourne BSc(Hons), MRICS, FHEA
Associate Head of Department for Land Management
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Since 1993 I have taught undergraduate land management and agriculture students across a range of modules covering planning, land use, environmental assessment, business law, agricultural holdings law, tax and valuation.
Currently I teach on the following modules:
- Introduction to Rural Geography and Economics
- Planning and Environmental Law and Policy
- Planning and Environmental Policy and Administration
- Rural Estate Taxation and Planning
I also supervise dissertations at undergraduate and master's level.
- Local economies and the impact of climate change policies on rural areas
- Member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (MRICS)
- Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA)
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- Ragbourne. S. (2010) To what extent can housing upgrades contribute to achieving Government targets on CO2 emissions? Paper given at the RICS Rural Research Conference, Plympton College, East Sussex, 13-14th April 2010. (Available from: http://www.rics.org/site/scripts/downloads.aspx?categoryID=643)
- Senior Tutor for BSc Rural Property Management course
- Course Team and Course Committee member for BSc REALM and BSc RPM
- Contributor to short courses on: the rating of equestrian property, the rating of livestock markets, Town and Country planning advice for equestrian diversification and updates on changes to planning and rating law.