NMBU's Department of Property and Law provides robust education and research that is adapted to future competence requirements within our areas of expertise.
Our teaching is also an important part of NMBU's 5‐year master's degree in Urban and Regional Planning, as well as other degrees at the university. Over 500 students take courses delivered by the Department of Property and Law every year, including further education in law, land acquisition and property development.
Teaching at the Department is professionally oriented, and therefore combines several different disciplines. Subject expertise at the department is multidisciplinary, and the research is partly discipline-oriented and partly interdisciplinary.
- Land consolidation, property development and property registration
- Planning, land acquisition and expropriation
- The Planning and Building Act between market demand, land policy, sustainability, temporality, and intergenerational justice (LANDTIME)
- Kristiansand dobbel+
- Cooperation for better participation in planning (SAMBED)
National expertise in property registration, valuation, expropriation, land consolidation and the legal aspects of property and physical planning. We provide a robust education that is continually adapted to the current and future skills required within our disciplines.