Stephanie Latham is a Senior Lecturer and teaches across all Undergraduate (UG) programmes within Property Management and Development and the Masters (MSc) courses in Planning and Development and Real Estate.
She is the Module Leader for the UG module, Property Development Principles and Practice and also for the MSc module, Development Practice.
In addition to Development, Stephanie also specialises in Valuation and contributes towards the following modules, Real Estate Valuation and Appraisal (MSc) and the UG modules, Investment Appraisal and Valuation, Valuation, and Economics and Valuation. She also contributes towards other modules including Development Consultancy, Planning Consultancy, Planning Practice, Surveying Skills, Employability and Commercial Awareness, Internship and Professional Academic and Business Skills.
Stephanie achieved a First Class Honours Award for the BSc (Hons) Planning and Development sandwich degree at Nottingham Trent University in 2012. Stephanie also achieved a Diploma in Professional Practice by completing a sandwich work placement within the Estates department at Domino's Pizza Head Office during 2010 to 2011. From 2012 to 2014, Stephanie worked at Savills in Nottingham within the Residential Development department.
As a Chartered Surveyor and Registered Valuer of the RICS, Stephanie worked at JLL in Nottingham within the Valuation department, valuing commercial and residential property from 2014 to 2017. Stephanie enjoyed guest lecturing for a number of years at Nottingham Trent University alongside her Surveying career and in the summer of 2017, Stephanie became a Senior Lecturer at Nottingham Trent University specialising in Development and Valuation.
Employability and Commercial Awareness
2017 to date - Member of Nottingham Trent University’s Women’s Staff Network
2016 to 2017 - Member of the Browne Jacobson Solicitors' Netball Team
2014 to date - Chartered Member, and Registered Valuer, of the RICS
2013 to date - Member of the Nottingham Trent University Choir
2012 to 2016 - Committee Member for the Networking group, RICS Matrics (Nottingham)
2012 to 2016 - Committee Member for the Networking group, Contact
2012 to 2014 - Member of the Women’s Real Estate Network (WREN)
Stephanie's article on The Importance of Employability among Students has been published in the Estates Gazette magazine 'Mainly For Students' series. The full article is available online, or in print (14 October 2017). There is also a podcast available, completed with the Legal Editor