Pacific Rim Real Estate
Information for Chairs and Presenters Information for Delegates
Environment and Health,
Welcome to the 23rd Pacific Rim Real Estate Society (PRRES) hosted by University of Technology, Sydney, Australia. The conference theme focuses on the the built environment and aspects of health, infrastructure and system resilience planning.
provides a forum for property academics and industry consultants to
meet and share their research. Academics and industry
consultants worldwide are cordially invited to attend
The Conference provides a forum for property academics and industry consultants to meet and share their research. Academics and industry consultants worldwide are cordially invited to attend
The 23rd PRRES Conference offers a friendly and welcoming professional development and networking opportunity for current undergraduates, post graduates, academics and industry professionals including:
· academic papers covering a variety of property research,
· a mentored PhD Colloquium program,
· the PRRES Case Study competition,
· social functions including the Welcome reception and Conference Dinner,
· an opportunity for members to promote their research.
PARKROYAL Hotel, Darling Harbour, Sydney NSW
For all information and visa requirements for international delegates, please visit: www.border.gov.au/Trav/Visa-1
Early Bird Member $620
Early Bird Non-Member $850
PhD Colloquium $220
Standard Member $850
Standard Non-Member $950
*Early Bird closes 1/11/2016
** Please note: To be eligible for the early bird registration for 2017 PRRES Conference, you are required to be a financial member as at 01/09/2016.
Conference Registration is via our online booking partners Conference Solutions - Link to Registration
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