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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)

Learning and Evaluation Partner

Client: Nationwide Foundation | Staff: Sarah Pearson, Ed Ferrari, Tom Archer, Ben Pattison, Steve Green, Lindsey McCarthy, Del Fletcher and Julian Dobson (Urban Pollinators

Research into the early construction messages emerging from the Innovative Housing Programme

Client: Welsh Government | Staff: Aimee Ambrose, Emma Bimpson, Tom Archer and Beth Speake

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