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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.


Sheffield City Region Active Travel Evidence Review

Project Director: Prof. Steve Haake (Centre for Sports Engineering Research)
Project Duration: 2018-19

The Sheffield City Region (SCR) Mayor (Dan Jarvis MP) has engaged Sheffield Hallam University to produce an evidence review of local and global best practice for Active Travel strategies, along with stakeholder engagement and mapping exercises to establish the current provision in the region. The team, led by Nick Hamilton, has members from across the University, and external partners, ARUP.


Tees Valley Local Housing Markets

Project Director: Professor Ed Ferrari
Project Duration: 2018

Northern Housing Consortium (NHC), on behalf of the Local Authorities, main Housing Providers and the Combined Authority in the Tees Valley have commissioned CRESR through the UK Collaborative Centre for Housing Evidence (CaCHE) to provide a preliminary evidenced think-piece to enhance understanding of the challenges and opportunities of the housing markets in the Tees Valley area.


The Future of the CLT Fund

Project Director: Dr Tom Archer
Project Duration: May 2018 - October 2018

Since 2008 CAF Venturesome has managed two social investment funds aimed at supporting affordable housing development by Community Land Trusts (CLTs). The CLT Fund I & II has supported over 44 CLTs to build over 100 new affordable homes (with another 400+ in development). The funding landscape for CLTs is changing rapidly, in part due to the emergence of a large government grant programme. As the current CLT Fund is due to close in 2019, this research is helping CAF and other funders consider future finance for the sector. It is providing deeper insights into the benefits and challenges of development by CLTs, and how future financial support might be structured.


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.


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