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Homeless people’s access to the private rented sector

Project Director: Dr Kesia Reeve
Project Duration: 2015-2016

The project is exploring homeless people’s access to the private rented sector via a survey of private landlords, a survey of homeless people, and a survey of local authorities as well as qualitative case study interviews with a small number of homeless people who have attempted to secure private sector housing.  

The Uneven Impact of Welfare Reform

Project Director: Professor Christina Beatty
Project Duration: 2015-2016

This project will chart the impact of welfare cuts across the Great Britain and estimate how the financial losses vary from place to place. The research will consider both pre-2015 and post-2015 welfare reforms. The project will assess the extent to which impacts differ by family type, as well as considering differences by tenure.

Evaluation of Yorkshire Adoption Agency’s DFE Expansion Grant

Project Director: Chris Dayson
Project Duration: 2015-2016

An evaluation Yorkshire Adoption Agency's (YAA) activities funded by a DFE Expansion Grant (2014-16). Employs a mix of quantitative and qualitative data, including Adoption Leadership Board (ALD) data.

The Big Tenant Survey

Project Director: Professor David Robinson
Project Duration: 2015-2016

A survey of social tenants in England, allowing exploration of key issues in the context of major reform of the sector.

Talent Match Sheffield City Region Local Evaluation

Project Director: Elizabeth Sanderson
Project Duration: 2016-2017

Sheffield Futures are the lead partner of the partnership delivering the Big Lottery Fund's Talent Match Programme in the Sheffield City Region. The Programme aims to address high levels of unemployment among 18-24 year olds in the area. Although led by Sheffield Futures the involvement of various local delivery partners has meant there are different delivery models across the City Region.

Sheffield Futures would like to undertake an interim evaluation to understand which aspects of the delivery model have worked and which have worked less well.

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