Georgia Warren-Myers

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. 
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Conference paper

An affordable housing negotiation calculator: identifying feasible opportunities for voluntary agreements

This paper reports on the conceptual framework and development of an instrument to assist in educating local and state government representatives, community housing providers and developers about affordable housing provision and its effects on development feasibility.

Insight into the property valuer’s perspective of energy efficiency in housing

The research examined the role of energy efficiency initiatives on overall residential property value and explored the ability of residential valuation professionals to incorporate energy efficiency into the valuation process, focusing on their use of currently available tools. In the context of curbing greenhouse gas...
Journal article

Sustainability ratings in residential development: a worthwhile endeavour?

Purpose – Rating tools for the built environment were designed to engage consumers and enhance sustainability and resilience. However, the intended outcomes of these rating systems appear to have limited implementation in the residential new housing market in Australia. The purpose of this paper is...
Journal article

Barriers to climate change adaptation in the Australian construction industry – Impetus for regulatory reform

It is increasingly recognised that the risks associated with climate change must be addressed through both mitigation and adaptation. Buildings are vulnerable to climate change risk and are also the source of a significant proportion of greenhouse gas emissions which contribute to climate change.