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Department of Land Economy

Environment, Law & Economics

There are a host of accessible sources of information on the University website. You can find a summary of them here.

The University is committed to providing a healthy working environment and improving the quality of working lives for all staff. The wellbeing strategy's ultimate goal is to improve the health, safety and wellbeing of University staff and to prevent work associated ill health, for the overall benefit of staff and the organisation. This encompasses the physical, mental and social health of employees and recognises that employees’ values, personal development and work within the University contribute to their overall wellbeing at work.

There are a number of sources of support:

Internal sources comprise the Staff Counselling Service, Dignity at Work, Occupational Health, HR, Mediation Service, Business Disability Forum, PPD and UoC Sport. The Staff Counselling Service is open for confidential counseling sessions that can be acccessed directly by staff.

External sources are varied, and the wellbeing pages provide links to a range of support providers, including Mind, Sane Line, Samaritans, Lifecraft, and Public Health England, as well as national and local sources of support for victims of domestic and sexual violence, and the bereaved. University employees can also access online support through togetherall and the online counselling and wellbeing platform, Qwell.

If you can't find what you are looking for, whether it is for yourself or someone else, please don't hesitate to contact the Department's Wellbeing Advocate, Pam Lee, on All conversations will be treated confidentially.

Course Changes 2020-21

The Department of Land Economy can confirm that there are no changes to the courses it is offering in 2020-21 in the BA, the MPhil in Planning, Growth and Regeneration and the MPhil in Real Estate Finance. In the MPhil in Environmental Policy, modules EP03 (Environmental Values) and EP09 (Rural Environment: Property, Planning and Policy) will not run, but module EP07 (Comparative and European Environmental Law and Policy) will return.


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