In a new blog, John P Houghton revisits the problem of empty homes and calls for imaginative local solutions as regeneration winds down and resources dry up. Click here for John’s blog.
15th May 2012, London
This CLES course is designed to give delegates and organisations an introduction to the process of Cost Benefit Analysis. Click here for details.
24th April 2012, London
By the end of this half day CLES workshop participants will be better placed to measure well-being and the impact of well-being interventions, to interpret data and to understand and communicate findings from research. Click here for details.
The debate about the role of central government in reviving deprived places is stuck. The real issue isn’t more or less government, but where and what type, argues John P. Houghton. Click here for John’s blog.
The Cabinet Office has for the first time published full details of the 16.4 million square metres of property owned by the UK government. The Guardian has since plotted every property with a fixed postcode onto a map, with details of which department owns the building, what it’s used for, and how big it is. Click here for more information.