The Neighbourhood Community Budget pilot programme ran from April 2012 to March 2013. This report documents the learning from the programme and summarises the operational plans submitted at the end of the pilot process. It then reflects on the key messages which were generated from this exercise.
One of three papers which explores the practicalities of delivering housing for older people and maximising the benefits to health and wellbeing.
Housing-led regeneration has been shown to have limited effects on mental health. Considering housing and neighbourhoods as a psychosocial environment, regeneration may have greater impact on positive mental wellbeing than mental ill-health.
This study examined the relationship between the positive mental wellbeing of residents living in deprived areas and their perceptions of their housing and neighbourhoods.
This report explores the interaction between housing and neighbourhood trends across the UK throughout the economic downturn and the start of the recovery.
Paper that defines loneliness and explores how lonely people can be identified and engaged; outlines previous JRF research that could inform the Neighbourhood Approaches to Loneliness programme; and identifies other research and projects that could inform the Neighbourhood Approaches to Loneliness programme.
Joseph Rowntree Foundation (JRF) and Joseph Rowntree Housing Trust (JRHT)'s action research programme 'Neighbourhood Approaches to Loneliness' looks at how a neighbourhood as a whole can support those who live with loneliness. This paper defines loneliness; explores how lonely people can be identified and engaged and outlines research and projects that could inform the Approaches to Loneliness programme.