Richard Dunning is a Lecturer in Planning at the University of Liverpool, where he teaches urban regeneration, housing and real estate economics. Richard’s research focuses on understanding housing markets, with a particular emphasis on behavioural interpretations. This focus follows on from a PhD on owner-occupation search behaviour, research for DCLG on incentivising development and for the RICS on estate agent adaptations to changing technology and buyer and vendor behaviour. He thoroughly enjoys being a member of the HSA and has found the support for Early Career Researchers a particularly stimulating facet of the Association. His mind sometimes roams to road bikes and hill climbs. Richard was the Vice Chair for the HSA before taking over as Treasurer in April 2019.