A small pot of money can generate change within neighbourhoods. With the right environment and support to provide guidance, mediation, and oversight, these changes can have a significant impact. This suite of resources draws on Greater Manchester's experience of delivering microfunding to highlight areas of success, note challenges and share learning for those who may want to implement similar practices.
Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government
23 Jan 2020
This report presents an overview of the latest findings from the English Housing Survey on people’s housing circumstances and the condition and energy efficiency of the English housing stock. It finds that over the last decade, the proportion of people aged 55-64 living in the rented sectors has increased.
This report sets out the findings from a review of adult social care statistics in England. Adult social care is a large and important area which requires strong evidence to support effective policy development, delivery of care and personal choice. While there is rightly a focus on delivery, a scarcity of funding has led to under investment in data and analysis, making it harder for individuals and organisations to make informed decisions. This review highlights three main areas for attention: better leadership and collaboration; gaps in available data; and improving existing official statistics.
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