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Read more at: Our latest newsletter is now available

Our latest newsletter is now available

12 May 2022

The May 2022 newsetter from CCHPR is available on request. For your copy, pelase email cchpr@landecon.cam.ac.uk . To sign up to our email list, please click here .


Read more at: Land Economy's research comes out ahead in REF 2021

Land Economy's research comes out ahead in REF 2021

12 May 2022

Land Economy has come out on top in the latest Research Excellence Framework, according to the Times Higher Education 's rankings 67% of the work in the Land Economy's joint submission with Architecture was rated as 'world leading', the best in the country in the relevant field and ahead of the Cambridge average of 62%...


Read more at: Demarginalising’ a territorially stigmatised neighbourhood?

Demarginalising’ a territorially stigmatised neighbourhood?

10 May 2022

Hannah Holmes's paper has just been published in Environment and Planning A: Economy and Space. See what she has to say about the governance networks that shape the decison-making processes around territorial stigma and gentrification, taking the example of Middlehaven, Middlesborough, UK.


Read more at: Benefits and barriers to net zero ready new build housing

Benefits and barriers to net zero ready new build housing

3 May 2022

Places for People's latest short video highlights the findings of our research through a series of short interviews with industry experts. To read more, and to view the presentations given at the launch event, visit the project page here .


Read more at: Housing Studies Association Conference 2022

Housing Studies Association Conference 2022

28 April 2022

Several of CCHPR's researchers presented at the 2022 HSA Conference in Sheffield earlier this month. Katy Karampour spoke about CCHPR's research into modular and container housing , Hannah Holmes spoke about our work on the impact of housing circumstances on digital poverty , and Richmond Ehwi on our work on residents'...


Read more at: Online roundtable event: Is modular housing an effective solution to reduce homelessness?

Online roundtable event: Is modular housing an effective solution to reduce homelessness?

11 April 2022

In conjunction with the Centre for Homlessness Impact, Dr Katy Karampour from CCHPR will be presenting her research findings as part of an online discussion on the role of modular housing in tackling homelessness. Sign up for the event on 26 April 2022 here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/is-modular-housing-an-effective-...


Read more at: A net zero future for affordable homes

A net zero future for affordable homes

11 April 2022

Our latest report for Places for People explores the benefits and barriers to building net zero new build affordable housing. Launched at an event at Gonville and Caius College, delegates heard from a range of speakers before discussing what the roadmap to a net zero carbon future might look like for the affordable housing...


Read more at: Final report published
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Final report published

8 March 2022

The final report for our project Analysing the social context to transforming construction through digital innovation and offsite construction is now available to download from the project pages .


Read more at: Self-build and custom housebuilding in the UK

Self-build and custom housebuilding in the UK

2 February 2022

Our latest report for Places for People was published at a virtual round table event in January. Looking at the evidence for the self-build and custom housebuilding sector in the UK and comparing it to European countries that had an extensive, established self-build sector, the report set out a number of recommendations...


Read more at: Cambridge Homelessness Impact and Research Network event

Cambridge Homelessness Impact and Research Network event

25 January 2022

Richmond Ehwi and Kwadwo Oti-Sarpong will be presenting findings from our recent project following residents of the first modular homes scheme in England for those experiencing homelessness at the next CHIRN session on 2 February 2022, at 16:00. To read more about our research, visit the project pages .