A/PROF Christopher Heywood

A/PROF Christopher Heywood


  • Corporate Real Estate Body of Knowledge and practice
  • Demand-side theory and practice in real estate
  • People's assessments and experiences in property management
  • Property and its life cycles - its own and its users (property life cycles, business life cycles)
  • Property as a service
  • Real estate and its occupiers' business outcomes



  • Prior to this appointment he held an ARC Linkage PhD scholarship with the City of Glen Eira as the industry partner investigating the role of affect in local government corporate real estate management. He is in the final throes of completing that research’s dissertation. In 1999 and 2000 he was a member of the Corporate Real Estate And Asset Management (CREAM) Research Group where he was particularly involved in investigating the contribution of corporate real estate to organisational competitiveness.   


Member of

  • Corenet Global. Academic member 2001 -
  • Pacific Rim Real Estate Society. Academic member 2000 -


Selected publications


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Education and training

  • PhD, University of Melbourne 2007
  • Grad. Dip. Int. Des., Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology 1992
  • B.Arch (Hons), University of Melbourne 1984

Awards and honors

  • Best Corporate Real Estate Paper, 34th American Real Estate Society Conference, 2019
  • Emerald Literati 2018 Awards for Built Environment Project and Asset Management - Outstanding Paper, Emerald Literati Awards, 2018
  • Best paper in property management, 20th Pacific Rim Real Estate Society Conference, 2014
  • Emerald Literati 2014 Awards Outstanding Reviewer for Property Management, Emerald Literati Awards, 2014
  • Best paper in property management, 18th Pacific Rim Real Estate Society Conference, 2012
  • Emerald Literati 2009 Awards for the Journal of Corporate Real Estate– Highly Commended Award, Emerald Literati Awards, 2009
  • Most downloaded paper from Journal of Corporate Real Estate Jan-Jun 2006, Emerald Publishers, 2006
  • CIOB, 2004
  • Tungsten Research Scholarship, Facility Management Association of Australia, 2002



Available for supervision

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