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2019

CCHPR's publications during 2019
Understanding the relationship between land use planning and housing
Dr Sónia Alves gave a presentation at 'Affordable housing: the 20th century legacy,' an international congress held at the Faculty of Architecture of Porto University (FAUP) in May 2019.
The Increase in Multigenerational Households in the UK
The Increase in Multigenerational Households in the UK: The Motivations for and Experiences of Multigenerational Living by Gemma Burgess and Kathryn Muir has been published online in Housing, Theory and Society.
The challenges of gentrification
In March 2019, Sónia Alves took part in a debate on the challenges of governance, tourism and population in the historical centre of Porto.
Tackling social and digital exclusion
Early Career Researcher Valentine Quinio presented to the People, Place and Policy Conference at Sheffield Hallam University on 3 July 2019.
Tackling digital, financial and employment exclusion
This final report for the Evaluation of the New Horizons programme provides evidence about the impact of personalised coaching for people facing financial, digital and workplace exclusion.
Looking into Cambridge's future
Cambridge Science Festival: CCHPR's Dr Gemma Burgess took part in the Research Horizons Public Talk, 'Looking into Cambridge's future', in Cambridge on Wednesday 20 March 2019.
Living on the edge
The University of Cambridge has profiled CCHPR's evaluation of the New Horizons programme in its spotlight on research in the East of England.
ITV News Anglia report on New Horizons
ITV News Anglia reporter Elodie Harper reported on the impact of the New Horizons project at the end of May 2019.
Is co-living a housing solution for vulnerable older people?
Our final report for the Nationwide Foundation and the Nationwide Building Society was published in 2019. A summary report is also available.
Is co-living a good choice to support healthy, happy ageing at home?
Our booklet, 'Is co-living a good choice to support healthy, happy ageing at home?', provides information about co-living and the different forms it can take. It sets out the benefits that co-living brings, and sets out the risks associated with co-living. The booklet includes useful signposting for those interested in finding out more about co-living.
Independent review of affordable housing supply: report
Exploring CSaP's impact
Our report for the Centre for Science and Policy explores the impact and acheivements of the Policy Fellowship programme.
Creating positive economic communities (draft report)
A draft version of our report for Local Trust is available.
Co-living for vulnerable older people: Literature review
The initial phase for this project for The Nationwide Foundation and the Nationwide Building Society was a desk-based review of existing evidence about the benefits and risks of older peoples’ co-living. The review considers the relevant institutional, legal and financial frameworks that impact upon older peoples’ co-living.
Co-living for vulnerable older people: Stakeholder views
The second phase of CCHPR's project for The Nationwide Foundation and the Nationwide Building Society comprised a series of interviews with stakeholders in order to better understand co-living models of housing for older people.
Blog for CDBB - October 2019
Dr Rey Shojaei's blog for the Centre for Digital Built Britain explains the thinking behind her research into the socio-economic inhibitors to the take up of digital innovation in construction.
BIM in the UK house building industry
Dr Gemma Burgess gave a presentation to the BIM4Housing group on the opportunities for and barriers to adoption of BIM in the UK house building industry.

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Households of the future: will sharing our home become the new norm? Tuesday 15 October 6.00pm - 7.45pm

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