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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


Housing 21: A new model for inclusive cohousing?

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


Homes In Community Hands Evaluation

Client: Power to Change | Staff: Dr Tom Archer, Dr Tom Moore (University of Liverpool), Prof. David Mullins, Dr Chris Damm, Dr Steve Parkes 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


Twenty11 Full Trial Independent Evaluation

Client: Red Kite Community Housing Association | Ed Ferrari, Chris Damm, David Leather, Elaine Batty, Anita Shah, Jim Clifford, Chris Theobald and Sami Raouf


Women, homelessness and violence: what works?

Client: Centre for Homelessness Impact | Staff: Kesia Reeve and Emma Bimpson


Research into local authority enforcement in the private rented sector and property guardianship

Client: MHCLG | Staff: Kesia Reeve, Aimee Ambrose, Ian Wilson, Emma Bimpson, Stephen Green, Lindsey McCarthy, Elizabeth Sanderson, Elaine Batty and Barry Goodchild


Our Bigger Story: the Longitudinal Multi Media Evaluation of Big Local

Client: Local Trust| Staff: Angus McCabe (TSRC, University of Birmingham), Rob Macmillan, Mandy Wilson (freelance researcher), Paul Morgans (independent film maker) and Matt Edwards (University of Birmingham)


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