Director, Global Research
Jones Lang LaSalle
A former urban planner and market strategist, Rosemary is currently an International Director at Jones Lang LaSalle where she runs their Global Research Programmes. Over her 33 year career she has concentrated on innovation in property market analysis and in the last 10 on introducing futures thinking and scenario planning to the world of real estate. She has authored projects such as “The Wired Lease”, “Tech Cities Futures”, “Dreams of Prosperity; the Future of Retailing in China” and “ China’s Property Market : Fast Tracking to Maturity”
Current Programmes include World Winning Cities (WWC), Global Real Estate Transparency and Global Sustainability Perspectives. She has also initiated a “Property Foresight” series aimed at research based product innovation.
Rosemary now concentrates on work to define the next generation of “rising urban stars” with an emphasis on emerging markets and in particular on China, India and the UAE. She uses the work with leading corporates, developers and investors on their global strategies and expansion plans.
She is an active member of the Urban Land Institute where she Chairs the European Policy and Practice Committee.