Professor Sarah Sayce is Emeritus Professor at Kingston University where she was previously Head of the School of Surveying & Planning. She initially qualified as a Chartered Surveyor and worked in both the corporate field and in consultancy specialising in property valuation and management. She then moved into academia, gaining a PhD from the University of Reading. Sarah is an active and widely published researcher notably in the field of sustainability and commercial property markets, and was the Technical Author for the RICS’s global guidance to valuers on sustainability and commercial property valuation and still undertakes technical updates in this field. Sarah has been a member of a number of working groups including for Government, charities and her professional body. She is currently an advisor to the Property Working Group of the United Nations Environment Programme’s Finance Initiative. She is very active within the RICS, being an elected member of their Governing Council in addition to serving on the Valuation Board and acting as a Professional Competence Assessor. Sarah has been involved with the development of the fairplace award since its inception having researched the original scoping study.
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