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Being Warm Being Happy: Understanding Disability Fuel Poverty and Energy Vulnerability for Adults with a Learning Disability

Project Director: Professor Angela Tod (University of Sheffield) 
Project Duration: 2017-2019

Being Warm Being Happy is a collaborative project to find out if people with learning disabilities are able to keep themselves warm at home.


Green Leaders evaluation

Project Director: Dr Will Eadson
Project Duration: 2016-2018

Groundwork’s Green Leaders programme aims to give 900 disadvantaged young people (aged 14-19) a stepping stone to future employment by recruiting them to lead local environmental projects. In doing so, the programme also aims to make local environmental improvements and catalyse climate action in local communities. The evaluation involves tracking outcomes through a range of qualitative and quantitative methods, as well as providing learning to projects throughout the duration of the programme


The Sheffield and Rotherham Strategic Housing Market Assessment (SHMA)

Project Director: Professor Ed Ferrari
Project Duration: 2018-2019

This project is a collaboration between Sheffield Hallam University, Sheffield City Council and Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council. The study will provide a detailed understanding of the housing requirements in Sheffield and Rotherham. It will assess how much market housing and affordable housing is required, as well as exploring a range of questions to support the work of planners in the area.


Evaluation of the Cooperative Working Model

Project Director: Professor Paul Hickman
Project Duration: 2015-2018

Stoke-on-Trent City Council is reconfiguring its approach to supporting vulnerable households across the city of Stoke. This study is (principally) concerned with evaluating this new approach, which is called Cooperative Working.


Evaluation of the Tesco Bags of Help community grants programme

Project Director: Dr Will Eadson
Project Duration: 2016-2018

The Tesco Bags of Help community grants programme disburses funds collected through the single-use carrier bag charge in England and Scotland through grants for community organisations to make improvements to public space. This mixed methods evaluation will explore the impact of the grants on people, projects and on perceptions of environmental action and the role of business in environmental enhancement.


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