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2020

CCHPR's publications during 2020
Urban informality in the Global North: (il)legal status and housing strategies of Ghanaian migrants in New York City
A journal paper co-authored by Sabina Maslova and Gemma Burgess has been published online by the International Journal of Housing Policy.
Unpicking the downsizing discourse
A paper by Gemma Burgess and Valentine Quinio has been published online by the journal Housing Studies. Unpicking the downsizing discourse: understanding the housing moves made by older people in England discusses the nuances of the resiidential moves made by over 55s in England.
Tackling the housing crisis through digital technologies and OSM
Our policy paper for the Bennett Institute of Public Policy at the University of Cambridge forms part of the series 'An Industrial Strategy for Tomorrow'.
Stakeholder Engagement Plan: West Cambridge Digital Twin Research Facility
Commissioned by the CDBB, the document sets out a comprehensive plan for stakeholder engagement activities for the Digital Twin Research Facility (DTRF) to be set up at West Cambridge.
Stakeholder engagement in Smart City initiatives
Richmond Ehwi's report to the CDBB shares insights into stakeholder engagement from his review of the Smart City initiatives in four UK cities.
Stakeholder Engagement for Smart Cities and DIPs: National Guidance Document
Our paper looks at the importance of effective stakeholder engagement, and sets out guidance on identifying stakeholders and appropriate forms of engagement across the lifetime of Smart Cities and Digital Infrastructure Projects.
Small-scale modular housing could provide a lifeline for people experiencing homelessness
CCHPR researchers have teamed up with colleagues at the Max Planck Cambridge Centre for Ethics Economy and Social Change in this article for The Conversation.
Residential trajectories of high-skilled transnational migrants in a global city: Exploring the housing choices of Russian and Italian professionals in London
A paper by Dr Sabina Maslova and Prof Russell King has been published in Cities.
Modular Housing Project: preliminary findings
Our preliminary findings reports draws insights into the project from residents and stakeholders.
Infrastructure, placemaking and sustainability
Our first report for this project looks at the relationship between infrastructure planning and housing provision.
How could better use of data and digital technologies improve the planning system?
Dr Rey Shojaei presented at the RTPI South West's online seminar 'How can digital technologies be used to promote positive planning?' on October 1, 2020.
Housing transformation, rent gap and gentrification in Ghana's traditional houses: Insight from compound houses in Bantama, Ghana
Housing Studies have published a paper co-authored by Richmond Ehwi.
Half a century of working with the homeless in Cambridge: Cambridge Cyrenians 1970-2020
The book traces the history of the Cyrenians’ work with the homeless in Cambridge from their origins in the late 1960s to the current day. In 2010, the book was commissioned by Cambridge Cyrenians to commemorate their 40th anniversary, and funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund. In 2020, the book has been updated and republished to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Cambridge Cyrenians.
Flourishing Systems
The Cambridge Centre for Digital Built Britain have published a white paper: 'Flourishing systems: re-envisioning infrastructure as a platform for human flourishing'.
Exploring the Financial Implications of Advance Rent Payment and Induced Furnishing of Rental Housing in Ghanaian Cities: The Case of Dansoman, Accra-Ghana
Housing Policy Debate have published an article by Richmond Juvenile Ehwi, Lewis Abedi Asante & Nicky Morrison.
Community Exchange and Time Currencies: A systematic and in-depth thematic review of impact on public health outcomes
A paper by Caroline Lee, Gemma Burgess, Isla Kuhn, Andy Cowan and Louise Lafortune has been published in the journal Public Health.
Beyond the pandemic: tackle the digital divide
The crisis is forcing us all to change direction, to rethink what we do and how we do it. In this series, the University of Cambridge asks the question: beyond the pandemic, where should we go from here?
ARCOM Conference Paper : OSM & Construction Industry Transformation
The paper 'Offsite manufacturing and construction industry transformation: a multi-level socio-technical transitions perspective' has been published in the Proceedings of the 36th Annual ARCOM Conference.

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Oct 01, 2020

Housing Studies and the International Journal of Housing Policy have published papers by CCHPR researchers this month.

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