A generalised Hopf bifurcation, corresponding to non-semisimple double imaginary eigenvalues (case of 1:1 resonance), is analysed using a normal form approach. This bifurcation has linear codimension-3, and a centre subspace of dimension 4. The four-dimensional normal form is reduced to a three-dimensional system, which is normal to the group orbits of a phase-shift symmetry. There may exist 0, 1 or 2 small-amplitude periodic solutions. Invariant 2-tori of quasiperiodic solutions bifurcate from these periodic solutions. The authors locate one-dimensional varieties in the parameter space 1223 on which the system has four different codimension-2 singularities: a Bogdanov-Takens bifurcation a 1322 symmetric cusp, a Hopf/Hopf mode interaction without strong resonance, and a steady-state/Hopf mode interaction with eigenvalues (0, i,-i).