29th ERES Annual Conference
London 2023

The European Real Estate Society welcomes participants to the 29th Annual Conference to be held on 12th -15th July 2023 in London. 

Welcome to ERES Conference 2023 and UCL

Dr. Qiulin Ke
Dr. Qiulin Ke
ERES Conference 2023 chair

Associate Professor of Real Estate, the Bartlett School of Planning, Univeristy College London (UCL)

Dear Delegates, 
It is a great pleasure for all of us to welcome you to the University College London (UCL) for the 29th ERES Annual Conference held at the Bloomsbury campus.  

The Bartlett School of Planning is proud to host the conference. We want to thank the many of you who have responded to the call for papers and are participating in this event. We are happy to be able to meet you again physically, but also to have the opportunity to connect people online from all over the world in this hybrid mode ERES Conference.

Enjoy the Conference and its social events, and have a great stay in London!

Dr. Qiulin Ke 
ERES Conference 2023 chair

Hosted by The Bartlett School of Planning, University College London (UCL), London, the United Kingdom 12-15 July 2023

Conference venue: IOE building, UCL 
Opening ceremony: Beveridge Hall, the Senate House, University of London, Malet Street, London, WC1E 7HU

Conference Themes

+ Corporate Real Estate Management
+ Real Estate and Economics 
+ Housing
+ Urban and Regional Analysis
+ Valuation and Appraisal
+ Real Estate Finance and Investments
+ Sustainable Real Estate
+ New Technology and Data in Real   Estate
+ Real Estate Education
+ Ph.D. workshop

Key information:

+ Abstract and full paper submission (refereed papers): 28th February 2023 
+ Abstract Submission (non-refereed papers):  31st March 2023 (Closed)

Organiser 2023

University College London (‘UCL’), established in 1826, is one of the leading research universities in the world. The Bartlett Faculty of the Built Environment (‘The Bartlett’) is the academic centre for the study of the built environment at UCL. It is home to 12 departments that have expertise in individual fields of the built environment. The Bloomsbury campus is in central London, close to all major attractions and amenities.


29th Annual Conference 2023

The ERES Annual Conference is the leading real estate research meeting in Europe and one of the largest property-related conferences worldwide.

12-15 July 2023
London, the United Kingdom

Conference Program

12th July

  • cancel
  • cancel
  • Ph.D. workshop
  • Lunch/Publishing workshop
  • Ph.D. workshop
  • Coffee break
  • Ph.D. workshop
  • ERES board meeting
  • Drink reception

13th July

  • Opening ceremony
  • Coffee break
  • Panels & Sessions
  • Lunch
  • Panels & Sessions
  • Coffee break / JREPM corner
  • Panels & Sessions
  • JERER editorial meeting
  • Welcome dinner

14th July

  • Sessions
  • Coffee break
  • Panels & Sessions
  • Lunch
  • Panels & Sessions
  • Coffee break
  • Panels & Sessions
  • ERES-AGM meeting
  • Gala dinner

15th July

  • Sessions
  • Coffee break
  • Sessions
  • Lunch
  • cancel
  • cancel
  • cancel
  • cancel
  • cancel

Panels / Workshops

Event Venue:

+ All sessions are held at the Institute of Education (IOE) building, UCL, Bloomsbury campus. 
     > Address: 20 Bedford Way, London WC1H 0AL 
+ The drinking reception on the evening of 12th July (18:30-20:00) is at the London Centre of Architecture. 
     > Icebreaker drinking reception sponsored by Share centre Costar Group 
     > Address: 3 Aldermanbury, EC2V 7HH, London 
     > Dress code: casual smart 
+ The opening ceremony on the morning of 13th July (9.00-11.00) will be held at Beveridge Hall, the Senate House, University of London. 
     > Address: Malet Street, WC1E 7HU, London
+ Welcome dinner on 13th July (18:30-20:30) is at the Macmillan Hall, Senate House, University of London. 
     > Address: Malet Street, WC1E 7HU, London 
     > Dress code: casual smart 
+ The gala dinner on 14th July 2023 (19:00-22:30) is at De Vere Grand Connaught Rooms, 10 minutes walking from the IOE building, UCL.
     > Address: 61-65 Great Queen St, London WC2B 5DA 
     > Dress code: formal (black tie not required)

Keynote Speaker

Dr. Peter Hayes

Dr. Peter Hayes

Global Head of Investment Research at PGIM Real Estate and global head of Investment Research

Global Real Estate Outlook-Finding Value after the Great Reset
Based in London, Peter is responsible for overseeing a global team that provides strategic advice and support to the investment management divisions of the business. Peter is a member of the Global Management Council and the Global Product Committee. Before joining PGIM Real Estate, Peter held a number of positions, including director and global head of economic and real estate forecasting for DTZ, an international property advisory company; UK economist at the Bank of England; and lecturer in economics at the Universities of Sheffield and Kings College London. Peter has a bachelor's degree in economics from University College, Swansea, a master’s degree in macroeconomics from the University of Liverpool, and a doctorate in applied economics from the University of Sheffield.

Professor David Miles

Professor David Miles

CBE at Imperial College Business School, London

House prices: the power of interest rates, demographics and work from home
David Miles is a Professor of Financial Economics. He is a member of the Budget Responsibility Committee of the Office for Budget Responsibility and a member of the Commission of the Irish Central Bank. Between May 2009 and September 2015 he was a member of the Monetary Policy Committee at the Bank of England. In 2004 he led a government review of the UK mortgage market. In 2018 he completed a review for the UK Treasury on reference prices of UK government bonds. He has recently been an advisor to the IMF and to the reserve Bank of New Zealand. David has had previous academic positions at Birkbeck College, London, and at Oxford University. He has undergraduate and master degrees from Oxford University and a Ph.D. from the University of London. His current research focuses on financial stability, the housing market, the setting of fiscal and monetary policy, and the nature of just economic outcomes. David was awarded a Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) in January 2016 for services to monetary policy.

Special Issues

Call for Papers - Special collection from the ERES conference


Journal of Real Estate Portfolio Management (JREPM)

Call for Papers - special collection from the ERES conference. Real Estate Investment and Finance: Challenges and Opportunities


Journal of European Real Estate Research (JERER)

Open Call for Papers 


International Journal of Urban Science (IJUS)

Call for Papers - Sustainability in Cities and Built Environment 

Conference fees

Please register to the conference application to be able to make the payment



Local Organizing Committee

QIULIN KEConference Chair
ERES Board Member & Bartlett School of Planning, UCL.
Yolande BarnesOrganizing Committee 
UCL Real Estate Institute
Claudio De MagalhaesOrganizing Committee 
Bartlett School of Planning, UCL
GUNTHER MAIEROrganizing Committee 
ERES Board Member & Modul University, Vienna, Austria
Tommaso Gabrieli
Tommaso GabrieliOrganizing Committee 
Bartlett School of Planning, UCL
Mohsen Sojaee Far
Mohsen Shojaee-FarOrganizing Committee 
ERES Board Member & Compliance and Data Protection Officer

The Bartlett School of Planning, UCL

The Bartlett, is the UK’s largest and most multidisciplinary faculty of the built environment. Our 13 schools and institutes span diverse disciplines including architecture, planning, construction, resources, policy and heritage. 

The Bartlett School of Planning, established in 1914, is one of the world's oldest and most respected Schools of planning. During our history, many of the world’s most notable academics in planning have worked with us, including Sir Patrick Abercrombie, Ruth Glass, Lord William Holford, Nat Lichfield, Lord Richard Llewelyn-Davies, Mike Batty, and Sir Peter Hall. 

Today, the Bartlett School of Planning is one of Europe's leading research-led planning schools, with an international reputation for academic excellence in research, teaching, policy, and practice. Located in Bloomsbury campus, London, our research and teaching opportunities provide a unique laboratory for knowledge creation, rich in academic, cultural and social diversity. We have an internationally diverse staff, with expertise in planning, geography, design, sustainability, economics, sociology, politics, and real estate. We have a healthy balance of experienced and younger academics, all of whom have well-established international reputations in their fields of expertise.

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Refereed Papers Committee

ANUPAM NANDARefereed Papers Committee

ERES Board Member & Professor of Urban Economics & Real Estate, University of Manchester, UK

MARC FRANCKERefereed Papers Committee
ERES Board Member & Full professor of Real Estate Valuation, University van Amsterdam, Netherlands
Bing Zhu
Bing Zhu Refereed Papers Committee
W2TT professor, Technical University of Munich, Germany

Conference Sponsors


Sister Organizations


Travel Information

Conference venue: Senate House, University of London, Malet Street, London, WC1E 7HU

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The Institute of Education (IOE) building, UCL

International travel

The UCL Bloomsbury campus benefits from superb transport connections to London’s tube network and can be reached from London’s five airports (Heathrow, Luton, Stansted, City and Gatwick) in less than an hour. It is within a few minutes’ walk of major national rail stations Euston and King’s Cross, and the International Eurostar terminus at St Pancras. 

Heathrow Airport: (LHR) is 32km (20 miles) to the west of central London, about one hour's journey by Tube to Russell Square station (Picadilly Line), or 15 minutes by Heathrow Express to Paddington Station. 

London Gatwick: (LGW) is 45km (28 miles) south of London, about 30 minutes to Victoria Station.

London City Airport: (LCY) is 9.5km (6 miles) east of Central London. The Docklands Light Railway (DLR) leaves LCY every 8 to 15 minutes with an approximate 20-minute journey to the Tube connections at Bank Station. 

London Luton Airport: (LTN) is 56km (35 miles) north-west of Central London, about 25 minutes to King’s Cross Station.

London Stansted Airport: (STN) is 64km (40 miles) to the north-east of London, 47 minutes by train to Liverpool Street Station.

Local travel

The Bloomsbury campus is a short walk from the following tube stations: Russell Square (Piccadilly Line), Goodge Street (Northern Line), Tottenham Court Road (Northern and Central Lines), Warren Street (Northern and Victoria Lines) and Euston Square (Metropolitan, District, Circle, Hammersmith & City Lines). Get more travel advice:  https://www.ucl.ac.uk/maps/ioe
Paper tickets are being phased out of London’s travel network. Payment on tube and bus may be made per journey by contactless debit or credit card, or Oyster cards may be purchased from tube stations and topped up for multiple journeys. NB: Cards must be touched in and out at either end of tube journeys, but only touched in once when you board a bus. Cash is no longer used on London buses, but may still be used in tube stations. 

For the most up to date London travel information and network maps please see the Transport for London website.


The Senate House, University of London to IOE building

Accommodation / Residence

Bloomsbury has one of London’s greatest concentrations of hotel options at affordable rates per night. Below are a number of local options for individual booking.

University of London Halls of Residence

The University of London has four Intercollegiate Halls of Residence located in Central London offering basic accommodation during University vacations for group and individual bookings at inexpensive rates. Three of the halls are located in Bloomsbury within walking distance of Senate House:
- College Hall
- Connaught Hall
- International Hall
- Nutford House

Accommodation / Residence

University College London Halls of Residence

Home to UCL students during term time, the University College London Halls of Residence offer vacation accommodation, most of which is within walking distance of Senate House. 

- Arthur Tattersall House
- Astor College
- Campbell House 
- Frances Gardner House
- Ian Baker House
- James Lighthill House
- John Dodgson House
- John Tovell House
- Langton Close
- Ramsay Hall
- Schafer House 

NB: The University College London Halls listed above cater for individuals and groups. Other UCL halls listed on their website cater for groups only.