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  1. EGLR 2012 Volume 1 (July 2012)

    The Estates Gazette Law Reports are an indispensable reference for property law practitioners researching and advising on all aspects of landlord and tenant law, valuation, professional negligence, conveyancing, real property, leasehold enfranchisement and compensation. They comprise the law reports published in the Estates Gazette plus new and original cases published for the first time in EGLR. Each volume includes the most significant property cases determined in any given year.

    Published over three volumes each year and edited by HH Judge Hazel Marshall QC, they conveniently summarize key current property cases.

    For more information about his series click here

  2. EGLR 2012 Volume 2 ( November 2012)

    Published over three volumes each year and edited by HH Judge Hazel Marshall QC, they conveniently summarize key current property cases.
    For more information or to order your copy click here

  3. Property and Real Estate Catalog 2013

    Welcome to the 2013 Property and Real Estate Catalog!

    This year promises to be our biggest yet and we have a number of exciting books publishing on our ever expanding list. Highlights include a new full color edition of The Construction of Houses, the Centenary edition of Parry's Valuation and Investment Tables, and an exciting new addition to the list, Feasibility Studies for Property Development. We are always looking for new projects and new people to work with and would love to hear feedback from our readers, customers and authors so please don't hesitate to get in touch.

    Ed Needle, Associate Editor, Property and Real Estate

  4. Planning and Urban Design Catalog 2013

    The Routledge Planning and Urban Design Catalog 2013 has published.

    The Routledge Planning and Urban Design list continues to grow and we have an exciting year of publishing ahead of us with new student textbooks, cutting-edge academic research and books for professionals across the disciplines. In the pages that follow you’ll find some new editions of key established works, such as the fourth edition of Planning in the USA and the second edition of The Community Development Reader, as well as a host of brand new titles written by an ever expanding group of globaly renowned authors, such as Jeffrey Hou’s new book Transcultural Cities and Resilient Sustainable Cities by author team Peter Roberts, Peter Newton and Leonie Pearson.

  5. Building and Construction Catalog 2013

    Welcome to the latest Building and Construction catalog from Routledge. You will notice we are now offering books from RIBA as well as IHS BRE Press, Estates Gazette, and Earthscan, so this catalog covers even more new construction books than last year’s. On the technical side, we have some great books coming out on sustainable design and retrofitting, as well as new editions of leading textbooks, and a new range of guides to NEC3 contracts. 2013 sees our publishing continue to expand, bringing a broader range of research, information, learning materials, and professional expertise to even more people around the world than before. Read on and I’m sure you will find the book you are looking for, or perhaps an even better one!

    Best regards,

    Brian Guerin
    Commissioning Editor, Building and Construction

    Brian.Guerin@tandf.co.uk

  6. Architecture Catalog 2013

    The new Routledge Architecture Catalog 2013 has just arrived.

    We have some exciting new books publishing in 2013, including key professional titles, core textbooks, groundbreaking research and some classic references. The Routledge Architecture list is now more diverse than ever; nearly all of our books are available electronically as well as in print, so we hope that you find something which suits your needs.

  7. May Author of the Month: Ewan Fernie

    Professor Ewan Fernie is author of The Demonic, and is chairman of Shakespeare studies at the Shakespeare Institute, University of Birmingham. He has previously been a lecturer at Queen's University Belfast, Royal Holloway and was selected in 2004 by Gary Taylor and the Hudson Strode Program of the University of Alabama as ‘one of the six most brilliant scholars of Renaissance drama in the world under 40’.

    Ewan Fernie, will appear at the Hay Festival on 28th May 2013. He will be examining scenes from Othello, Hamlet, The Tempest and Measure For Measure and discussing how to teach Shakespeare with imagination and intensity.

    Visit the Hay Festival website to book your place today.

  8. Freight Forwarding and Multi Modal Transport Contracts

    A comprehensive guide to the law in relation to contract forms and terms created by operators, trade associations or international bodies such as the UN and used as a basis for trading conditions by freight forwarders, logistics suppliers, combined or multimodal transportation operators and container operators. www.routledge.com/informalaw/

  9. Culture in Education

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