Land Economy is the rather old fashioned name given to a colection of different subject all loosely related to the use of Land. I think only three places still call it by this name - Cambridge, Reading and Aberdeen - and even Cmabridge is considering changing its name to ELE (Environment Law and Economics.)
It is basically economics papers, law papers and some more practical stuff like valuation, agriculture, built environment etc.
It sounds like you would facilitate a commercial property owners consortium. or some such.?
God, I hope not - that's not really what I'm into at all - more of a conservation developer in city centres (hopefully)
I'd like to hear more about land economists and why a builder surveyor, isn't that what architects do?
Exactly, but the training is five years shorter, and I can't draw for toffee . . . .