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British housing: Timelines and types (2019)
Exhibition / Performance
Marco, E., & Burgess, S. (2012). British housing: Timelines and types. [Mix-mode]. 8 February 2019 - 1 April 2012. (Unpublished)

British Housing: Timelines and typologies New homes being built in the United Kingdom (UK) today have been criticised for not providing space for basic living functions1. We now have the smallest homes in Europe1&2, they tend to have very little s... Read More about British housing: Timelines and types.

Building with nature - a new benchmark for green infrastructure (2017)
Journal Article
Sinnett, D., Jerome, G., Burgess, S., Smith, N., & Mortlock, R. (2017). Building with nature - a new benchmark for green infrastructure. Town and Country Planning -London- Town and Country Planning Association-, 86(10), 427-431

This paper outlines the aims, development and proposed operation of Building with Nature, a new benchmark for appraising the quality of green infrastructure

Raising the standard: Developing a benchmark for green infrastructure (2017)
Journal Article
Sinnett, D., Jerome, G., Smith, N., Burgess, S., & Mortlock, R. (2018). Raising the standard: Developing a benchmark for green infrastructure. International Journal of Sustainable Development and Planning, 13(2), 226-236. https://doi.org/10.2495/SDP-V13-N2-226-236

© 2018 WIT Press Green infrastructure (GI) is globally recognised as an essential component of liveable and sustainable places. It is valued for its multifunctionality and the connectedness of the individual features to each other, the surrounding co... Read More about Raising the standard: Developing a benchmark for green infrastructure.

The translation and use of green infrastructure evidence (2017)
Journal Article
Sinnett, D., Calvert, T., Smith, N., Burgess, S., & King, L. (2018). The translation and use of green infrastructure evidence. Proceedings of the ICE - Water Management, 171(2), 99-109. https://doi.org/10.1680/jwama.16.00112

The success of green infrastructure (GI) depends on the sharing of good practice and research between disciplines and sectors. This paper presents findings from a study to examine how GI research is shared with non-academic audiences. GI has been an... Read More about The translation and use of green infrastructure evidence.

Raising the standard: Developing a benchmark for green infrastructure (2017)
Presentation / Conference
Jerome, G., Sinnett, D., Mortlock, R., Calvert, T., Burgess, S., & Smith, N. (2017, June). Raising the standard: Developing a benchmark for green infrastructure. Presented at Sustainable Development and Planning 2017

Green infrastructure (GI) is globally recognised as an essential component of liveable and sustainable places. It is valued for its multifunctionality and the connectedness of the individual features to each other, the surrounding countryside and urb... Read More about Raising the standard: Developing a benchmark for green infrastructure.

Global green infrastructure: How is green infrastructure research translated into practice outside the UK? (2017)
Report
Sinnett, D., Calvert, T., Burgess, S., & Smith, N. (2017). Global green infrastructure: How is green infrastructure research translated into practice outside the UK?

The Centre for Sustainable Planning and Environments at the University of the West of England, Bristol have been commissioned by the Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) to conduct a review of how the evidence base for Green Infrastructure (G... Read More about Global green infrastructure: How is green infrastructure research translated into practice outside the UK?.

Development of a benchmark for green infrastructure (2016)
Presentation / Conference
Jerome, G., Sinnett, D., Mortlock, R., Calvert, T., Burgess, S., & Smith, N. (2016, September). Development of a benchmark for green infrastructure. Paper presented at UK-Ireland Planning Research Conference

This paper presents the development of a benchmark for green infrastructure (GI). Green infrastructure brings together many land uses (e.g. parks, gardens, cemeteries, allotments, nature reserves, surface water), urban design (e.g. street trees, land... Read More about Development of a benchmark for green infrastructure.

Development of a benchmark for green infrastructure (2016)
Presentation / Conference
Jerome, G., Sinnett, D., Mortlock, R., Calvert, T., Burgess, S., & Smith, N. (2016, August). Development of a benchmark for green infrastructure. Paper presented at 5th International EcoSummit: Engineering Sustainability Engineering Change

This paper presents the development of a benchmark for green infrastructure (GI). Green infrastructure is recognised globally as an essential component of liveable and sustainable places. It is valued for its multi-functionality and the connectedness... Read More about Development of a benchmark for green infrastructure.

Crossing disciplines: do architecture and planning course leaders see value in a Public Health Practitioner in Residence programme? (2016)
Journal Article
Grant, M., Gray, S., Burgess, S., Bennett-Britton, B., Daly, G., Marno, P., …Grant, M. (2016). Crossing disciplines: do architecture and planning course leaders see value in a Public Health Practitioner in Residence programme?. Public Health, 139, 216-218. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.puhe.2016.05.003

Highlights • We study a public health residency in a university architecture and planning department. • We assess the benefits of the residency from the perspective of the teaching staff. • The residency was successful at introducing public heal... Read More about Crossing disciplines: do architecture and planning course leaders see value in a Public Health Practitioner in Residence programme?.

National benchmark for green infrastructure: A feasibility study (2016)
Report
Smith, N., Calvert, T., Sinnett, D., Burgess, S., & King, L. (2016). National benchmark for green infrastructure: A feasibility study

This research examines whether a market exists for a national benchmark for green infrastructure (GI) in England. It is funded through a Natural Environment Research Council Innovation Fund (Grant Reference: NE/N016971/1). This builds on a Knowledge... Read More about National benchmark for green infrastructure: A feasibility study.

Green infrastructure: Research into practice (2016)
Report
Sinnett, D., Calvert, T., Martyn, N., Williams, K., Burgess, S., Smith, N., & King, L. (2016). Green infrastructure: Research into practice

The Centre for Sustainable Planning and Environments at the University of the West of England, Bristol have been commissioned by the Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) to conduct a review of how the evidence base for Green Infrastructure (GI... Read More about Green infrastructure: Research into practice.

Green infrastructure and urban water management (2015)
Book Chapter
Everett, G., Lamond, J., & Lawson, E. (2015). Green infrastructure and urban water management. In S. Burgess, N. Smith, & D. Sinnett (Eds.), Handbook on Green Infrastructure: Planning, Design and Implementation, 50-66. Edward Elgar

This chapter will first outline the many challenges water poses in modern society, considering the increasing frequency and severity of flooding and droughts as inevitable outcomes of potential climate change and increasing impermeable ground-cover t... Read More about Green infrastructure and urban water management.

Handbook on green infrastructure: Planning, design and implementation (2015)
Book
Smith, N., Sinnett, D., & Burgess, S. (2015). D. Sinnett, N. Smith, & S. Burgess (Eds.), Handbook on green infrastructure: Planning, design and implementation. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. https://doi.org/10.4337/9781783474004

© Danielle Sinnett, Nick Smith and Sarah Burgess 2015. All rights reserved. Green infrastructure is widely recognised as a valuable resource in our towns and cities and it is therefore crucial to understand, create, protect and manage this resource.... Read More about Handbook on green infrastructure: Planning, design and implementation.

The influences of neighbourhood design and quality on residents’ use of public open space (2015)
Book Chapter
Sinnett, D., Williams, K., Lindsay, M., & Dair, C. (2015). The influences of neighbourhood design and quality on residents’ use of public open space. In N. Smith, S. Burgess, & D. Sinnett (Eds.), Handbook on Green Infrastructure: Planning, Design and Implementation, 260-280. Edward Elgar

Good quality public open space (POS) is now an essential component of neighbourhood planning and design. The impact of the quality, design and maintenance of POS on their use has been documented. However, the role that the surrounding neighbourhood m... Read More about The influences of neighbourhood design and quality on residents’ use of public open space.

Green infrastructure and biodiversity in the city: Principles and design (2015)
Book Chapter
Sinnett, D. (2015). Green infrastructure and biodiversity in the city: Principles and design. In D. Sinnett, N. Smith, & S. Burgess (Eds.), Handbook on Green Infrastructure: Planning, Design and Implementation, 87-101. Edward Elgar

Globally urbanisation is posing a significant threat to biodiversity. Yet, human health and well-being depend on ecosystem services, which in turn are largely dependent on biodiversity. Despite a range of initiatives and mechanisms to promote nature... Read More about Green infrastructure and biodiversity in the city: Principles and design.

The future of green infrastructure (2015)
Book Chapter
Moffat, A. J., Sinnett, D., Smith, N., & Burgess, S. (2015). The future of green infrastructure. In N. Smith, S. Burgess, & D. Sinnett (Eds.), Handbook on Green Infrastructure: Planning, Design and Implementation, 445-464. Edward Elgar

From its origins in nineteenth-century parks green, infrastructure has been an ever-evolving component of cities. This chapter makes some observations based on a number of key trends in society and emerging patterns of green infrastructure provision... Read More about The future of green infrastructure.

Delivering healthy places: The role of the private sector (2015)
Book Chapter
de Havilland, J., & Burgess, S. (2015). Delivering healthy places: The role of the private sector. In H. Barton, S. Thompson, S. Burgess, & M. Grant (Eds.), The Routledge Handbook of Planning for Health and Well-Being: Shaping a Sustainable and Healthy Future, 333-342. Routledge

The chapter provides a critique of how the private sector can contribute to healthy sustainable communities.

Active travel: Its fall and rise (2015)
Book Chapter
Davis, A., & Parkin, J. (2015). Active travel: Its fall and rise. In H. Barton, S. Thompson, S. Burgess, & M. Grant (Eds.), The Routledge Handbook of Planning for Health and Well-Being, 108-120. Routledge

Transport, by definition, involves movement; and different methods of movement require different levels of physical activity on the part of the traveller. The intensity of activity may also vary, for example depending on the speed of cycling. A usefu... Read More about Active travel: Its fall and rise.

Freiburg: Green capital of Europe (2015)
Book Chapter
Grant, M., & Barton, H. (2015). Freiburg: Green capital of Europe. In H. Barton, S. Thompson, S. Burgess, & M. Grant (Eds.), The Routledge Handbook of Planning for Health and Well-Being: Shaping a Sustainable and Healthy Future, 540-551. Routledge

The spatial configuration of Freiburg is examined with respect to how land use and transport policies have been developed that have achieved a good quality of life across the life-course, whilst also minimising global footprint. A systemic analys... Read More about Freiburg: Green capital of Europe.

Retrofitting suburbia for health: Scenarios for neighbourhood planning (2015)
Book Chapter
Barton, H., & Grant, M. (2015). Retrofitting suburbia for health: Scenarios for neighbourhood planning. In H. Barton, S. Thompson, S. Burgess, & M. Grant (Eds.), The Routledge Handbook of Planning for Health and Well-Being: Shaping a Sustainable and Healthy Future, 225-238. Routledge

Barton and Grant, discuss neighbourhood design in depth. The concept and importance of the ‘neighbourhood’ as a setting for health is presented. Spatial patterning of urban growth fits into a number of archetypes, dictated by either market forces or... Read More about Retrofitting suburbia for health: Scenarios for neighbourhood planning.


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