CORPORATE PROPERTY MANAGEMENT

SHE Level 4
SCQF Credit Points 20.00
ECTS Credit Points 10.00
Module Code MHN221894
Module Leader Malawi Ngwira
School School of Computing, Engineering and Built Environment
Subject Construction and Surveying
Trimesters
  • A (September start)
  • B (January start)

Pre-Requisite Knowledge

M2N220796 Property Management 1

Summary of Content

An introduction to corporate property asset management, corporate strategy within the private and public sectors, property asset management, asset registers, measurement and monitoring, asset management planning within the public sector, alternative occupational strategies, international case studies.

Syllabus

Commercial property markets in the UK, recent and future trends. An introduction to corporate property asset management, corporate strategy within the private and public sectors, property asset management, asset registers, measurement and monitoring, asset management planning within the public sector, alternative occupational strategies, international case studies.

Learning Outcomes

On successful completion of this module the student should be able to:1. Demonstrate an understanding of the principles and process of urban estate management.(A2PM A4 B5 C1 C3)2. Evaluate different types of estate ownership and associated corporate and property strategy. (A3PM A4 B1 B6 C3)3. Evaluate the principles of operational corporate management policy for commercial estates and understand requirements for measurement and monitoring. (A3PM A4 B5 B6 C1)5. Evaluate current industry guidance and best practice in relation to corporate property management for private and public sector estates. (A2PM A3PM A4PM B1 B5 C2 C3 C6)

Teaching / Learning Strategy

Lectures will provide the basic theoretical concepts which are complemented by seminars, tutorials and group activities. Students are expected to undertake both directed and independent study with regard to current practice, alternative approaches and case study investigation. The module will be delivered using a blended approach incorporating substantial use of Blackboard or equivalent virtual learning tool. Learning and teaching strategies will be developed and implemented, appropriate to students' needs, to enable all students to participate fully in the module.

Indicative Reading

Bachner, John (1991) Guide to Practical Property Management , McGraw-Hill *Banfield Anthony (2005) Stapleton's Real Estate Management Practice ; Estates Gazette Bannister, Edward (2008) Commercial Leases 2009 - A Surveyor's Guide , RICS Books Edington, Gordon (1997) Property Management: A Customer Focused Approach; Macmillan Edwards C & Krendel P (2007) Institutional Leases in the 21st Century , Estates Gazette *Edwards V & Ellison L (2004) Corporate Property Management, Blackwell Publishing Gerber K S (2013) Commercial Leases in Scotland: A Practitioner's Guide , W Green *Haynes, Barry P. & Nunnington, Nick (2011) Corporate Real Estate Asset Management, Estates Gazette McAllister Angus (2013) Scottish Law of Leases ; 4th edn; Bloomsbury Professional Philpott G & Hicks G (1994) Managing Business Tenants , Estates Gazette RICS (2007) Service Charges in Commercial Property , RICS Books Rodell, Anne (2015) Commercial Property:2015 , College of Law Publishing Rooney A & Cridge J (2007) Business Tenancy Renewals - A Surveyors Handbook , RICS Books *Scarrett D (2010) Property Asset Management , 3rd revised edn, Taylor and Francis Ltd/Routledge Stapleton T (1994) Estate Management in Practice ; Estates Gazette Weatherhead, Marion (1997) Real Estate & Corporate Strategy; Macmillan Young Michael (1992) Service Charges in Commercial Property ; Estates Gazette http://www.bco.org.uk http://www.bcsc.org.uk http://www.bpf.org.uk http://www.breeam.com http://www.FT.com http://www.ipd.org.uk http://www.leasingbusinesspremises.co.uk/ http://www.servicechargecode.co.uk/ http://www.rics.org.uk * Essential Text/Recommended for Purchase

Transferrable Skills

Use of library and internet resources. (D7 D13 D14) Analysis (D1 D2 D3) Preparation and presentation of formal reports with variety of media (D1 D2 D3) Independent working (D7) Information retrieval (D10)

Module Structure

Activity Total Hours
Independent Learning (FT) 132.00
Seminars (FT) 12.00
Tutorials (FT) 12.00
Assessment (FT) 20.00
Lectures (FT) 24.00

Assessment Methods

Component Duration Weighting Threshold Description
Course Work 01 n/a 30.00 35% Coursework will comprise an individual corporateproperty management report of approximately 3000 words
Exam 01 3.00 70.00 35% Formal Exam (3 hours)Exam will cover entire syllabus, but contain a greater focus on option appraisal contained in a compulsory section.