Edward Burtonshaw-Gunn

Socio-Legal Studies

PhD Researcher in Socio-Legal Studies (ESRC 1+3)
Law School, University of Bristol

Start date: September 2014

Research topic: A multi-case study of housing models in Bristol, UK: Commercial Housing, Housing Associations, and Community Land Trusts.

Ed is a PhD researcher and Land Law tutor in the Law School. His research is on the housing crisis with specific interest in house building in Bristol, UK. He is particularly interested in planning law, policy, and practice to explain how housing production is shaped in Bristol. For his doctoral research, he spent three months at Bristol City Council – the local planning authority responsible for establishing local planning policies in line with national policies, and for determining planning applications within Bristol. He tweets at @BurtonshawGunn. 

Research supervisors: Professor Antonia Layard, Dr Janine Sargoni

Professional memberships/Positions held:

SWDTP Student representative

Law School PGR Student Representative

Socio-Legal Studies Associations (SLSA) Postgraduate Member

Professional memberships/Positions held:

Associate Fellow, Higher Education Academy (AFHEA)

Socio-Legal Studies Associations (SLSA) Postgraduate Member

Email: e.burtonshaw-gunn@bristol.ac.uk

Twitter: https://twitter.com/BurtonshawGunn