This report is focused on ‘Places’ and builds on the themes in PWC’s first two reports in this series on ‘Making the UK Fairer’ and ‘How we Work’, by providing further insight on the disparities that exist between people living in different places.
This reports examines the historical roots of employer housing support. It explores the housing pressures affecting our workforce today.
This report explores the nexus between poverty, work and housing, adding to knowledge of ‘in-work poverty’ in two distinctive ways.
This evidence review by the UK Collaborative Centre for Housing Evidence explores research into tenant participation in social housing
In light of structural changes to the Universal Credit system, the Northern Housing Consortium has once again surveyed its membership to gain new insights into how these changes have impacted on members and their tenants.
This report by The Democratic Society suggests several actions and activities that help to better involve customers, leading to better decision-making.
The NFA and ARCH publish the findings of 2019’s survey into the impact of Universal Credit (UC) on local authorities and ALMOs
In this report Citizens Advice have examined the impact of poor mental health on the costs of accessing services and goods, and have exposed the financial detriment that customers with poor mental health incur.
This report, published by the ThinkTank Policy Exchange puts forward a new policy approach that incentivises land owners and developers to propose and build housing schemes that are beautiful and diverse.
The Social Prescribing project is in collaboration with Community Engagement officer for Metropolitan Thames Valley Housing (MTVH) in Cambridgeshire, employed by CHS (Cambridge Housing Society), Jade-Anne Griffin (JAG) and Nuffield Road Medical Practice, a surgery in East Chesterton, Cambridge.
This report published by the Cambridge Centre for Housing & Planning Research provides evidence about the impact of one-to-one coaching on people suffering from financial and digital exclusion and exclusion from the labour market.
This report on The Cambridgeshire Local Assistance Scheme (CLAS) summarises the savings made by the scheme in its second year of operation, made possible by taking a Think Communities approach2, which emphasises the importance of people, places and systems.
The Centre for Excellence in Community Investment is an initiative from HACT, UK housing’s ideas and innovation agency.
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