BArch, MBA, MPhil, PhD, OAA, PLE, FRAIC
Dr. Ian Ellingham has a wide-ranging background in matters dealing with land, buildings and development. He has managed the development of over twenty-five projects, ranging in size up to a major office building and several large housing complexes, and has undertaken numerous funded research projects in Canada and Europe. Ian has written extensively about architecture and real estate, including co-authoring four books and over a hundred articles and conference papers, and chairing two built environment journals. Principal research topics have included decision-making analysis and techniques, sustainability, development management and human response to the built environment. He mentors doctoral students in Land Economy at the University of Cambridge, is a member of university spin-off Cambridge Architectural Research, and frequently appears as a lecturer in popular, academic and industry venues.