Mapping community knowledge of vulnerability of value: A case study in the UK

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Bhattacharya-Mis, N.; Lamond, J.;
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Commercial property value can be vulnerable to risk exposure, economic effects of risk on property and perception of usefulness of the property in the market. The processes of decision making in risk reduction can generate differential exposure to risk making some organ... View more
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