Dr Danielle Sanderson

Lecturer in Real Estate

Danielle Sanderson (M.A. Oxon, Ph.D. Reading) is Lecturer in Real Estate at the Bartlett School of Planning, University College London. Danielle read physics at Oxford and worked as a consultant and trainer at Sema Group plc. She subsequently combined freelance tutoring and consultancy with competing as an International Distance Runner and raising three children. As an athlete, she represented Great Britain 21 times at various World and European Championships, and the Commonwealth Games. As a Consultant, she researched and wrote many reports for organisations such as the British Council for Offices and the British Council of Shopping Centres (now Revo). Danielle’s recent journal publications describe findings from her research into occupier satisfaction, and the financial returns to real estate investors from treating tenants as customers. Her research is published in the Journal of Property Research, Property Management Journal, the Journal of Property Investment and Finance and the Journal of Corporate Real Estate.

Recent London posts

The Geographies of Viability Planning

The Geographies of Viability Planning

In a recent new publication Whig researchers Jess Ferm and Mike Raco explore the geographies of viability-driven planning reform in England.Drawing on interviews and fieldwork in London and the North East region, the paper reflects on the variable outcomes and...

Towards an understanding of the role of debt

Towards an understanding of the role of debt

Given our focus on investment into residential real estate, an essential dimension is understanding how housing fits more broadly within the financialized economy of the UK (and the Netherlands and France).  An important but under engaged within urban studies part of...

Community Led Regeneration: the London Case

Community Led Regeneration: the London Case

UCL has a long-standing relationship with Just Space, an umbrella organisation for community groups across London. Whilst the WHIG project is not explicitly working with them at this stage, their work is highly relevant to understanding the planning context of London...