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Cambridge Centre for Housing & Planning Research

 

Research projects which started in 2019 are listed here.

Read more at: The housing market and the wider economy

The housing market and the wider economy

Our collaborative research programme for Places for People will take an in depth look at the housing market and the complexity of its relationship with society and the wider economy. The reports published for this project can be accessed through the menu on the left.


Read more at: How can smart technologies meet the demand of an ageing population?

How can smart technologies meet the demand of an ageing population?

The increase in the proportion of older people has been described as “one of the most significant social transformations of the twenty-first century” (United Nations, 2015), with huge implications for government health and social care budgets. Our research for the Dunhill Medical Trust, which...


Read more at: CSaP Impact Hunting

CSaP Impact Hunting

The aim of the research was to identify examples of impact resulting from the meetings between academics and Policy Fellows, providing a narrative about the ability of the University of Cambridge's Centre for Science and Policy (CSaP) to generate impact.


Read more at: Understanding the socio-economic inhibitors to the take up of digital innovation in construction

Understanding the socio-economic inhibitors to the take up of digital innovation in construction

Transforming construction is a social, cultural, economic and political challenge, and not just a technical problem, and our project will focus on the key social and cultural factors inhibiting digital uptake in the construction sector and which are holding back transformation across the...


Read more at: Creating positive economic communities

Creating positive economic communities

Funded by The Local Trust, Prof Pete Tyler and Dr Gemma Burgess led a team of researchers in reviewing how positive economic change might be sustainably created in communities with a population of 5,000 to 15,000, where there is sufficient local involvement and adequate long term support.


Read more at: Valuing Planning Obligations 2018-19

Valuing Planning Obligations 2018-19

CCHPR researchers are participating in a collaborative project looking at developer contributions


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