Are you involved in a neighbourhood or locality approaches to local public services? This could be as a public sector employee, elected Member, volunteer, or community worker.
To mark our 10th anniversary we are conducting an important piece of research to build up a picture of neighbourhood or locality approaches across England in 2018 – where it being used, what models are in place, and what factors are likely to affect its future.
The research involves a survey which we hope you can contribute to. If you have not yet completed it, please take part here >> https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/NANM2018
The survey results will be triangulated with a literature review of the evolution of neighbourhood approaches to date, and horizon-scanning of what is emerging around neighbourhoods and localism, in the UK and further afield. The finished research will be made openly available and we hope it will provide a valuable tool for those directly involved in delivering or managing neighbourhood approaches, as well as policy-makers and research in local public services and localism.
The research will be published at a free-to-attend national event we are hosting from 10-4 on Thursday 5 July 2018 at the Whitechapel Ideastore, London.
You can keep in touch with further news on this research and the July event by joining our mailing list using the sign-up form on this page.