Associate Professor Clive Warren
Clive Warren
Associate Professor in Property Studies
  • GCEd, Higher Education (UQ)
  • PhD, Property (UQ)
  • MProjMgt, Project Management (QUT)
  • FRICS, Property Valuation (RICS)
  • BSc (Hons), Marine Zoology (UCNW Bangor Wales)
+61 7 3346 8169
Room 528, Joyce Ackroyd Building, St. Lucia Campus

    Clive Warren's research interests are in: Property and Facilities Management, Property economics and valuation, Sustainable development, Workplace efficiency, Corporate Real Estate Procurement and Construction payments disputes

    His current research projects are in the fields of:

    Public sector property procurement , corporate property strategy, sustainable building valuation and workplace efficiency and construction adjudication.

    Research interests

    Australian Housing Sustainability
    This research project is investigating the uptake of sustainable building practices in the Australian housing sector. What barriers exist to the implementation of sustainable practices and what incentives might be necessary to encourage adoption of sustainable housing practices.
    Building and Community Resilience
    This research is evaluating the preparedness of asset managers to meet the challenges of major natural disasters and the potential impacts of climate change. The research is focusing on both developed and developing communities.
    Sustainable Valuation
    The valuation of Green Buildings and the implications of climate change on the property market globally. This research is looking at the obsolescence of existing building stock and the implications for development value of sustainable building practices.


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    • Fellow of Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors
    • Fellow Australian Insitute of Project Managers
    • Associate Australian Property Institute
    • Registered Valuer NSW and Qld
    • Registered Adjudicator Qld
    • Member CoreNet Global

    Major research grants

    Title Agency Year Amount
    Preferences and Options for longer residential security in private rental housing. AHURI Grant 2007 $135,351
    The role of professional bodies in the property and construction industry. RICS Grant 2007 $11,000
    Risk-assessment Practices in the Private Rental Sector: Implications for low-income renters. AHURI Grant 2006 $116,543
    Evaluation of office space use effectiveness within corporate real estate strategic planning. UQ New Research Grant 2004 $10,400
    Investigation into office use densities in Australia. RICS Grant 2002 $14,000