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Department of Land Economy

Environment, Law & Economics

Studying at Cambridge

 

Dr Gemma Burgess

Dr Gemma Burgess

Acting Director and Principal Research Associate, Cambridge Centre for Housing and Planning Research

Deputy Junior Proctor and Fellow, St Edmund's College


Office Phone: (01223) 764547

Key Publications

Journal Articles and Book Chapters

  • Burgess, G. (under consideration) What is the potential for community currencies to deliver positive public health outcomes? Case study of Time Credits in Wisbech, Cambridgeshire, UK. Journal of International Community Currencies.

  • Burgess, G. and Durrant, D. (under consideration) Reciprocity in the co-production of public services: the role of volunteering through community time exchange? Social Policy and Society

  • Burgess, G., Kelemen, M., Parsons, L. and Moffat, S. (forthcoming) Performative Knowledge Production: Fresh Insights into Marketplace Exclusion. Qualitative Market Research.

  • 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., Hamilton, C., Jones, M. &  Muir, K (2017) Multigenerational living: opportunities for house builders? Final Report (source document) for the NHBC Foundation. Cambridge: Cambridge Centre for Housing and Planning Research.
  • Burgess, G. (2017) Evaluating the Public Health Outcomes of the Cambridgeshire Time Credits Project: Final Report. Cambridge: Cambridge Centre for Housing and Planning Research.
  • Burgess, G, Hamilton, C and Jones, M. (2017) Assessment of Student Housing Demand and Supply for Cambridge City Council. Cambridge: Cambridge Centre for Housing and Planning Research.

  • 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. (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.