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FirstStop local partners: costs and potential savings to public budgets of client casework 2014

Nov 18, 2014

The aim of this research was to report on the costs and benefits of a sample of cases dealt with by the FirstStop local partners providing housing options services to older people. It focuses on the intense level three casework data provided by the local partners.

CCHPR Launch Affordable Housing film

Nov 13, 2014

CCHPR has made a short film on promoting policy change to boost the supply of affordable housing. The film sets out the problem of a low level of house building in the UK, relative to needs, and looks at the policy options to address the low level of production.

ESRC Funds Ground Breaking Research on What Works in Tackling Poverty from CCHPR

Nov 10, 2014

The Cambridge Centre for Housing and Planning Reseearch is delighted to announce that we have been selected by the ESRC to undertake one of four major new research projects that will advance understanding of effective strategies for tackling poverty. This important new research is part of the What Works in Tackling Poverty programme which is being led by the Public Policy Institute for Wales.

Interim Report: Landlords’ written strategies to address poverty and disadvantage

Sep 18, 2014

This is a review of the written strategies of social landlords, local authorities and private landlords' written strategies exploring the focus on poverty within these documents. It has been produced as the second stage in a wider project exploring the role of poverty in housing organisations' strategic and business plans.

Evaluation of Early Support in Essex

Sep 08, 2014

This study was commissioned by the Thomas Pocklington Trust to evaluate the Visionary Development Fund’s project: Early Support in Essex. This project aims to improve referral to services for people with sight loss in Essex.

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