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Evaluation of the Rough Sleeping Drug and Alcohol Treatment Grant

Client: Office for Health Improvement and Disparities (OHID), Department for Health and Social Care | Staff: Stephen Green


Holding onto Home: Tenancy Sustainment in Social Housing

Client: Nuffield Foundation | Staff: Kesia Reeve, Emma Bimpson, Ian Wilson, Maddy Arden, Laura Kilby, Tony Manzi, Martin Lamb, Peter Thomas, Other partners are Qa Research; the Chartered Institute of Housing; and the Housing Quality Network


The financial impact of pet ownership in rental properties: a cost-benefit analysis

Client: Battersea Dogs & Cats Home / University of Huddersfield | Staff: Lindsey McCarthy, Tom Simcock, Phil Brown, Alper Kara


Housing 21: A new model for inclusive cohousing?

Funding partner: Nuffield Foundation | Staff: Yael Arbell and Tom Archer


BAME Community-led Housing: Barriers, Opportunities and Good Practice

Staff: Claude Hendrickson, Henri Baptiste, Tom Moore, Yael Arbell


Understanding Women’s Need for Safe Space: Evaluation of The Sanctuary at the Marylebone Project

Client: Church Army | Staff: Emma Bimpson, Kesia Reeve, Lindsey McCarthy, Stephen Green


The affordability of Community-led Housing

Client: The Nationwide Foundation | Staff: Tom Archer and Yael Arbell


Homes In Community Hands Evaluation

Client: Power to Change | Staff: Dr Tom Archer, Dr Tom Moore (University of Liverpool), Prof. David Mullins and Ian Wilson


UK Collaborative Centre for Housing Evidence (CaCHE)

Client: Economic and Social Research Council, Arts and Humanities Research Council, Joseph Rowntree Foundation | Ed Ferrari, Ken Gibb, Kesia Reeve, Paul Hickman and Ben Pattison


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