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Complete list of projects, with the most recent at the top.
CSaP Impact Hunting
The aim of the research is to identify examples of impact resulting from the meetings between academics and Policy Fellows. This will provide a narrative about the ability of the University of Cambridge's Centre for Science and Policy (CSaP) to generate impact, which may be useful input for the University’s environment statement.
Digital Nomads
The aim of this research, funded by the Centre for Digital Built Britain, is to understand how digital technology is being used to enable new forms of shared living in the private rented sector. With a focus on the use of digital technology in shared rented accommodation, the research will investigate the application of digital technology in three areas: access to properties, management of properties and lived experience.
London Strategic Housing Initiative Evaluation
Trust for London and Citizens UK have commissioned CCHPR to undertake the evaluation of an initiative aimed at improving housing in London for citizens on low incomes.
Building Better Opportuities - New Horizons
CCHPR has been commissioned to evaluate the New Horizons programme. New Horizons combines elements of financial inclusion, digital inclusion and employability delivered by employees hosted delivered from hubs in Peterborough, Wisbech, Kings Lynn and Cambridge with rural outreach. This project is funded by the European Social Fund and the National Lottery, through the Big Lottery Fund.
Is co-living a housing solution for vulnerable older people?
Many vulnerable older people face related challenges around poor housing, poverty, loneliness and lack of support, which co-living housing models have the potential to address. The Nationwide Foundation and the Nationwide Building Society have funded CCHPR to conduct research in order to understand the benefits, risks and potential for scaling up of co-living models for vulnerable older people. Our research will include analysis of the complex and sometimes ambiguous legal and financial frameworks that can apply to such households.

Living on the edge

Gemma Burgess and Lynne McAulay talk about the evaluation of the New Horizons project

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Journal article published in Housing, Theory and Society

Aug 27, 2019

Gemma Burgess and Kathryn Muir's paper, The Increase in Multigenerational Households in the UK: The Motivations for and Experiences of Multigenerational Living, has been published online in Housing, Theory and Society.

New Horizons: Building Better Opportunities - Final report published

Jul 22, 2019

The July 2017 final report is now available to download.

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