Applied Research Centre for Sustainable Regeneration at Coventry University
Please find below various summaries of research that might be useful for those organisations and agencies working with the Coventry Partnership. They have been broken down into appropriate themes (or workstreams), so that people can find reports for their particular area. Some of the work is historical and some is far more recent. Some of the work is historical and some is far more recent - all summaries can be accessed from Coventry University's SURGE site. If people are interested in the content of the summaries, we may be able to provide the full reports to them.
Please contact Kevin Broughton at Coventry University:
SURGE (The Applied Research Centre in Sustainable Regeneration) Coventry University
Tel: 024 7679 5779
Fax: 024 7679 5761
The Futures Institute
10 Coventry Innovation Village
Coventry University Technology Park
RESEARCH AND CONSULTANCY REPORTS UNDER OUR 'SUSTAINABLE COMMUNITIES'
Involving local communities in shaping neighbourhood priorities
Canley Quality of Life Survey
Building Better Neighbourhoods (for Oxfordshire Stronger Communities Alliance)
Churches in Action: where churches are making a difference
Final Programme Evaluation of Braunstone New Deal for Communities (Leicester)
Mapping 'Local Food' Webs
Evaluation of the 'Staying Put' initiative in Coventry (Domestic Violence Support)
RESEARCH AND CONSULTANCY SUMMARIES UNDER OUR 'CHILDREN, YOUNG PEOPLE AND FAMILIES' WORKSTREAM:
Training: Teenage Pregnancy and Parenthood - for Practitioners
Pregnant Teenagers and their experiences
The Advocacy Needs of People Aged 65 and Over with Mental Health Needs (Executive Summary)
RESEARCH AND CONSULTANCY SUMMARIES UNDER OUR 'ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT'
Assessing Community Engagement and Enterprise Support in Nuneaton and Bedworth
Mapping the Creative Industries in Coventry and Warwickshire
Engaging Ethnic Minority-owned Businesses with Mainstream Business Support
The Clothing Industry in the West Midlands Region
'MOTOR INDUSTRY OBSERVATORY' WORKSTREAM:
What it has done recently
Low Carbon Vehicles: Hope for the Future?
Development of the Electric Vehicle Market: hyperbole and reality?