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Read more at: Equity release round table event November 7th Nuffield Foundation

Equity release round table event November 7th Nuffield Foundation

The Cambridge Centre for Housing and Planning Research at the University of Cambridge has been funded by the Nuffield Foundation to explore the key current issues shaping equity release by older home owners. As part of this research a round table discussion was held on 7 November 2012, in London...


Read more at: Equity release amongst older home owners

Equity release amongst older home owners

There is increasing interest in the role that the use of equity release products can play in coping with some of the pressures of an ageing population. This study analysed what was already known about the use of equity release products by older homeowners in order to identify what might be valuable...


Read more at: International review of land supply and planning systems

International review of land supply and planning systems

The Joseph Rowntree Foundation published an international review of land supply and planning systems conducted by CCHPR, looking at what works and whether successful mechanisms from other countries could be transferred to the UK context. The review suggested that land supply was a key issue...


Read more at: Building Social Capital through Community Timebanking: an interim evaluation of the Cambridgeshire timebanking project

Building Social Capital through Community Timebanking: an interim evaluation of the Cambridgeshire timebanking project

This research evaluates the development of a timebanking project in Cambridgeshire for Cambridgeshire County Council and the CHS Group.


Read more at: Scoping study on service use by the Cambridgeshire D/deaf communities

Scoping study on service use by the Cambridgeshire D/deaf communities

This study explored the use of different services in Cambridgeshire by people who are D/deaf. The research identified several gaps in knowledge about particular groups within the D/deaf community as well as gaps in services in Cambridgeshire.


Read more at: The changing delivery of planning gain through Section 106 and the Community Infrastructure Levy

The changing delivery of planning gain through Section 106 and the Community Infrastructure Levy

The aim of this research was to consider the issues shaping the delivery of planning obligations through S106 and to explore the potential impact of the new Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL), particularly on the delivery of affordable housing.


Read more at: Economic analysis of the Wisbech travel to work area

Economic analysis of the Wisbech travel to work area

The University of Cambridge was commissioned to undertake an economic analysis of the Wisbech travel to work area in order to help address the current and future challenges facing Wisbech and to maximise the opportunities available to the town and its surrounding area as set out in the Wisbech 2020...


Read more at: Analysis of the potential value for money to the public purse of the Lincolnshire Home Improvement Agency Housing Options Advice service

Analysis of the potential value for money to the public purse of the Lincolnshire Home Improvement Agency Housing Options Advice service

This report analyses the potential savings to the public purse of the Lincolnshire Home Improvement Agency (LHIA) housing options advice service. The methodology builds on research conducted for the large scale evaluation of the national FirstStop service conducted by the University of Cambridge.


Read more at: Managing hearing loss in vulnerable groups of the Cambridgeshire D/deaf communities

Managing hearing loss in vulnerable groups of the Cambridgeshire D/deaf communities

This study is the second of two pieces of research exploring the use of different services in Cambridgeshire by people who are D/deaf.


Read more at: Mechanisms to increase housing land supply in England and Wales

Mechanisms to increase housing land supply in England and Wales

A recent review conducted by CCHPR identified measures taken successfully in other countries to bring land forward for housing (Monk et al, 2013). However, it showed that in England and Wales many of these mechanisms are already available or in place in some form. This new research funded by the...