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Department of Land Economy

Environment, Law & Economics

Studying at Cambridge

 

Dr Gemma Burgess

Dr Gemma Burgess

Senior Research Associate , Cambridge Centre for Housing and Planning Research (CCHPR)

Senior Member Newnham College


Office Phone: 64547

Key Publications

Journal Articles and Book Chapters

  • Alova, G. and Burgess, G. (2016) Housing Poverty in Ecuador: Challenges to Eradication. Survey Review.

  • Burgess, G. and Monk, S. (2016) Delivering planning obligations – are agreements successfully delivered? Planning gain: providing infrastructure and housing in (Eds.) Crook, A. and Whitehead, C. Wiley Blackwell.

  • Burgess, G. and Morrison, N. (2016) Improving housing outcomes: the value of advice and support for vulnerable older people. Journal of Housing and the Built Environment, 31:197–211. (First published online 8th May 2015).

  • Burgess, G. (2013). A Hidden History: Women's Activism in Ethiopia. Journal of International Women's Studies, 14(3), 96-107. Available at: http://vc.bridgew.edu/jiws/vol14/iss3/7

  • Burgess, G. and Morrison, N. (2013) Inclusionary housing policy in England: the impact of the downturn on the delivery of affordable housing through Section 106. For special edition of the Journal of Housing and the Built Environment, Online First.

  • Burgess, G. (2012) Book Review: P Patricia Kennett and Chan Kam Wah (eds.) (2011) Women and Housing; an international analysis. Abingdon: Routledge. Journal of Social Policy.

  • Burgess, G. (2011) 'When the personal becomes political: using legal reform to combat violence against women in Ethiopia', Gender, Place & Culture, First published on: 10 June 2011 (iFirst).
  • Burgess, G., Monk, S., and Whitehead, C. (2011) 'Delivering local infrastructure and affordable housing through the planning system: the future of planning obligations through Section 106.' People, Place & Policy Online: 5/1, pp.1-11.
  • Burgess, G. (2011) 'The uneven geography of participation in the global scale: Ethiopian women activists at the global periphery.' Globalizations. Volume 8, Number 2. 163-178.
  • Burgess, G. (2010) ‘The impact of the economic downturn on low-cost home ownership in the UK’ pp. 247-260, in Monk, S. and Whitehead, C. (eds.) Making Housing More Affordable: The Role of Intermediate Tenures, Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford.
  • Burgess, G. (2010) ‘Housing an ageing population – the value of information and advice.’ Housing, Care and Support. Volume 13, 1, February: 19-27.
  • Burgess, G. (2009) ‘Paths to greater affordability’, Town and Country Planning, April 2009, Vol. 78 No.4.
  • Burgess G. (2008) ‘Planning and the Gender Equality Duty – why does gender matter?’ People, Place & Policy Online: 2/3, pp.112-121.
  • Burgess G and Monk S. (2008) ‘Delivering Affordable Housing through the Planning System: Challenges and Good Practice.’ Journal of Housing, Care and Support.

Research Reports

  •  Burgess, G. (2016) Evaluating the Public Health Outcomes of the Cambridgeshire Time Credits Project: Interim Report. Cambridge: Cambridge Centre for Housing and Planning Research.

  • Markkanen, S. and Burgess, G. (2016) The potential for Time Credits to generate public health outcomes – a conceptual model. Cambridge: Cambridge Centre for Housing and Planning Research.

  • Burgess, G., Hamilton, C. and Udagawa, C. (2016) Identifying housing need in the horseracing industry, Cambridge: Cambridge Centre for Housing and Planning Research.

  • Markkanen, S. and Burgess, G. (2016) Introduction to co-production in research: summary report. Cambridge: Cambridge Centre for Housing and Planning Research.

  • Markkanen, S. and Burgess, G. (2016) Introduction to co-production in services: summary report. Cambridge: Cambridge Centre for Housing and Planning Research.

  • Markkanen, S. and Burgess, G. (2015) Introduction to time banking and Time Credits. Cambridge: Cambridge Centre for Housing and Planning Research.

  • Clarke, A., Burgess, G., Morris, S. And Udagawa, C. (2015) Estimating the scale of youth homelessness in the UK. Cambridge: Cambridge Centre for Housing and Planning Research.

  • Burgess, G. and Jones, M. (2015) Road and Sewer Bonds in England and Wales – report to the NHBC. Cambridge: Cambridge Centre for Housing and Planning Research.
  • Burgess, G. (2014) Mechanisms to increase land supply in Enlgand and Wales. RICS.
  • Burgess, G. Crook, T. Jones, M. Monk, S. (2014) Research on the nature of planning constraints. Department for Communities and Local Government Select Committee.
  • Burgess, G. (2014) Managing Money Better Evaluation. Cambridge Centre for Housing and Planning Research: Cambridge.
  • Burgess, G. (2014) FirstStop Evaluation - progress of local partners. Cambridge Centre for Housing and Planning Research: Cambridge.
  • Burgess, G. (2013) Building social capital through community timebanking. Cambridge Centre for Housing and Planning Research: Cambridge.
  • Burgess, G. and Monk, S. (2013) Scoping study on service use by the Cambridgeshire D/deaf communities. Cambridge Centre for Housing and Planning Research: Cambridge.
  • Burgess, G. and Monk, S. (2013) Managing hearing loss in vulnerable groups of the Cambridgeshire D/deaf communities. Cambridge Centre for Housing and Planning Research: Cambridge.

  • Burgess, G., Monk, S., Williams, P. (2013) ‘Equity release amongst older homeowners’. Cambridge Centre for Housing and Planning Research.
  • Monk S, Tang C, Burgess G, Whitehead C (2013) ‘International Review of Land Supply and Planning Systems’. Joseph Rowntree Foundation.
  • Burgess, G. & Monk, S. (2012). ‘Capturing planning gain – the transition from Section 106 to the Community Infrastructure Levy’. London: Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors.
  • Burgess, G. et al. (2012 and 2011) ‘Outputs from the evaluation of FirstStop: the value of information and advice to older people about housing and care’.
  • Burgess, G., Clark, A. and Lyall Grant, F. (2011) ‘Domestic violence - assistance for adults without dependant children’. Department of Communities and Local Government.
  • Burgess, G. (2011) ‘Evaluation of the Women’s Design Group Project’. Women’s Design Service.
  • Burgess, G., Monk, S. and Whitehead, C. (2010) ‘Response to the CLG Select Committee Inquiry on the abolition of regional spatial strategies for the Joseph Rowntree Foundation’. York: Joseph Rowntree Foundation.
  • Burgess, G., Monk, S. and Whitehead, C. (2010) ‘How can the planning system deliver more housing?’ York: Joseph Rowntree Foundation.
  • Burgess, G., Lyall Grant, F., Monk, S., Tang, C. and Whitehead, C.  (2010) ‘Evaluation of the FirstStop information and advice service.’ FirstStop.
  • Burgess, G., Crook, A., Dunning, R., Ferrari, E., Henneberry, J., Lyall Grant, F., Monk, S., Rowley, S., Watkins, C. and Whitehead, C. (2010a) ‘The Incidence, Value and Delivery of Planning Obligations in England in 2007-08 Final Report’.London: Communities and Local Government.
  • Burgess, G. (2009)‘The implications for Low Cost Home Ownership of the UK housing downturn’, Housing Market Intelligence Report, Housebuilder, October 2009.
  • Burgess, G. (2009) ‘Equal space’, RICS Land Journal, February-March 2009.
  • Burgess, G. (2009) ‘Planning and the Gender Equality Duty – why does gender matter?’, RICS Research Report, May 2009 and RICS FiBRE Series, April 2009.
  • Burgess, G., Lyall Grant, F and Whitehead, C. (2009) ‘Low Cost Home Ownership and the Credit Crunch: A Report on Regional Markets and Competition with Private Developers’, Tenant Services Authority.
  • Burgess G, Holmans A and Monk S (2008) ‘Beyond the Affordable Housing Study Stage II: A review and analysis of changes in the intermediate housing market in the East of England 2004-2007’, East of England Regional Assembly.
  • Monk S, Burgess G, Cousins L and Dunmore K. (2008) ‘Good Practice Guide to Delivering New Affordable Housing on S106 Sites.’ Inspire East and East of England Development Agency.
  • Monk S, Burgess G, Cousins L and Dunmore K. (2008) ‘Practice guidance on affordable housing clauses in Section 106 agreements for local planning authorities in Wales.’ Welsh Assembly Government.
  • Whitehead C, Monk S, Burgess G, Crook, T and Rowley, S. (2008) ‘Common Starting Points for Section 106 Affordable Housing Negotiations.’ Communities and Local Government.
  • Whitehead C, Burgess G, and Lyall-Grant F. (2008) ‘Low Cost Home Ownership: Affordability, Risks and Issues.’ Housing Corporation.
  • Whitehead, C., Monk, S., Holmans, A., Burgess, G., and Markkanen, S. (2008) ‘Overview of Availability and Quality of Data Sources: Housing Affordability.’National Housing and Planning Advice Unit.
  • Whitehead, C., Crook, T., Burgess, G.  and Monk, S. (2007, revised 2008) ‘Submission to the Housing Green Paper’. Joseph Rowntree Foundation.
  • Burgess, G., Monk, S. and Whitehead, C. (2007) ‘The Provision of Affordable Housing Through Section 106: The Situation in 2007’.Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors Research Paper Series Vol 7 No 14.
  • Burgess, G., Monk, S., Crook, T. and Whitehead, C. (2007) ‘The Provision of Affordable Housing through the Planning System: An Update’. Joseph Rowntree Foundation.