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Geoffrey Booth


Geoffrey’s work experience covers a broad range of urban planning, public policy, real estate development and investment projects in both his native Australia and since early 2000, the USA. His research interests are in planning law and development entitlement reform, the definition and measurement of the Sustainability Dividend, and the application of visualization and virtualization technology Sensory Law in the improved design of place and creation of real estate value. 

Graduate Diploma, Securities Institute of Australia, 1994
Master of Public Administration, University of Queensland, 1987
Bachelor of Regional and Town Planning with 1st Class Honors (Summa Cum Laude),University of Queensland, 1978