Construction Industry (Sustainability, Climate Change)
Housing and Development (Sustainability)
Valuation and Investment (Sustainability, Climate Change)
Dr Georgia Warren-Myers is a senior lecturer in Property at The University of Melbourne. Georgia undertakes academic research into various areas relating to commercial real estate and housing - with specific interests in climate change, risk assessment, sustainability, and housing affordability. Her research is nested in the contexts of valuation, asset management and investment, planning, urban development and sustainable construction.
Dr. Warren-Myers research core research focus is investigating the value and valuation of sustainability in the built environment. This is focused on sustainability and resilience in the areas of valuation, urban development, investment and construction in housing and commercial property. Georgia is on the editorial board of the Journal for Property Investment and Finance and reviews for a number of other journals including: Journal of Cleaner Production, Construction Economics and Building, Journal of Sustainable Real Estate, Studies in Higher Education, the Journal of Property Management, and the International Journal of Housing Markets. Georgia is a member of several boards at both State and National level with the Australian Property Institute.
Menzies Bicentennial Fellowship Australia - UK 2018-2019 Dyason Fellowship 2016 Faculty ABP ECR Grant – 2015 ABP- Investigating demand-side stakeholders’ ability to mainstream sustainability in residential construction. This research examined and demonstrated that volume builders are a key demand-side stakeholder and they wield significant power for sustainability implementation; from supply chain to purchaser.
Faculty ABP / THRIVE Grant - 2016/2017 Green Lifestyles, Green Building and Green Cities, Collaborator: Dr Franz Fuerst (Cambridge University)
Faculty ABP Research Development Grant – 2016/2017 Collaborators: Dr Andre Stephan and A/Prof Robert Crawford, Gregor Herda. Assessing the life cycle environmental and financial performance of neighbourhoods. The project comprises a multidisciplinary team and the UN-Habitat as a partner institution to develop an integrated life cycle environmental and financial assessment framework for neighbourhoods.
Faculty ABP Research Collaboration Grant – 2016 Collaborators: Drs Andy Krause and Gideon Ashwanden.Valuing the impact on property from sea level rise. This project has developed a sea level rise property risk assessment model, identified at risk properties and quantum of properties affected under various scenarios for the municipal area of the City of Port Phillip.
Brookfield Multiplex Research Program Awards – 2016 Collaborators: Dr Anna Hurlimann, A/Prof Valerie Francis. Assessing the capacity of the Australian Construction Industry to address climate change and facilitate innovation. This research is investigating the construction industry ability to consider and address climate change in the sector.
Faculty ABP Research Hub Funding - 2016 THRIVE Collaborators: Dr Dominique Hes, A/Prof Robert Crawford, Dr Hemanta Doloi, Dr Ole Fry, Dr Andre Stephan, Chris Jenson, Xavier Cad
Education and training
RMIT University 2011
University of Melbourne 2010
University of Melbourne 2004
University of Melbourne 2002
Awards and honors
Emerald Literati Award: Outstanding Paper, Emerald Publishing: Journal of Property Investment and Finance,
Outstanding Reviewer Award 2016, Emerald Publishing: Journal of Property Investment and Finance,
Outstanding Paper Award (2012) Awarded 2013, Emerald Publishing: Journal of Property Investment and Finance,
Pacific Rim Real Estate Society Early Career Researcher Award, Pacific Rim Real Estate Society,
Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors Sustinability Award for Best Paper, Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS),
ISDRS Best Paper Award, International Sustainable Development Research Conference,
International Sustainable Development Research Society Conference Best Conference Paper Award, International Sustainable Development Research Society,
Dr. Warren-Myers research core research focus is investigating the value and valuation of sustainability in the built environment. This is focused on sustainability and resilience in the areas of valuation, urban development, investment and construction in housing and commercial property.