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Evidence review for property flood resilience phase 2 report (2018)
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Lamond, J., Rose, C., Mis, N., & Joseph, R. (2018). Evidence review for property flood resilience phase 2 report

Flood Re was established to promote the availability and affordability of flood insurance whilst supporting the transition to risk-based and affordable flood insurance for UK households at high risk of flooding. In order for the goal of affordability... Read More about Evidence review for property flood resilience phase 2 report.

Flood risk mitigation and commercial property advice: An international comparison (2017)
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Lamond, J., Bhattacharya-Mis, N., Chan, F. K. S., Kreibich, H., Montz, B., Proverbs, D., & Wilkinson, S. (2017). Flood risk mitigation and commercial property advice: An international comparison

Commentators have increasingly raised concern over the impact of flood risk on commercial property insurability, maintenance and recovery, property utility and, ultimately, property value. 'Flood risk mitigation and commercial property advice: an... Read More about Flood risk mitigation and commercial property advice: An international comparison.

Supporting the uptake of low cost resilience: Final report (FD2682) (2017)
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Lamond, J., McEwen, L., Twigger-Ross, C., Rose, C., Joseph, R., Wragg, A., …Proverbs, D. (2017). Supporting the uptake of low cost resilience: Final report (FD2682)

Executive Summary The Defra research project FD2682 examined the technical, social and behavioural aspects of supporting low cost flood repairable measures designed to limit damage to buildings during and after flood events. Flood repairable measure... Read More about Supporting the uptake of low cost resilience: Final report (FD2682).

Supporting the uptake of low cost resilience: FD2682 rapid evidence assessment final report (2016)
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Lamond, J., Rose, C., & Proverbs, D. (2016). Supporting the uptake of low cost resilience: FD2682 rapid evidence assessment final report

As part of the Defra policy objective to help individuals take more ownership for management of their flood risk a Rapid Evidence Assessment (REA) around low cost resilience approaches to preventing damage once water is allowed into properties has be... Read More about Supporting the uptake of low cost resilience: FD2682 rapid evidence assessment final report.

Supporting the uptake of low cost resilience: Summary of technical findings (FD2682) (2016)
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Lamond, J., Rose, C., Joseph, R., & Proverbs, D. (2016). Supporting the uptake of low cost resilience: Summary of technical findings (FD2682)

This report summarises evidence collected by the Defra research project FD2682 regarding technical aspects of low cost flood repairable approaches designed to limit damage to buildings. It is derived from a Rapid Evidence Assessment (REA) that is rep... Read More about Supporting the uptake of low cost resilience: Summary of technical findings (FD2682).

Investigating behaviour change following a Home Fire Safety Visit (2016)
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Williams, S., & Manning, R. (2016). Investigating behaviour change following a Home Fire Safety Visit

Key Findings: Research carried out in priority areas in Bristol to investigate the effectiveness of the Home Fire Safety Visit (HFSV) conducted by Avon Fire and Rescue Service to educate residents about home fire safety had the following key finding... Read More about Investigating behaviour change following a Home Fire Safety Visit.

Proving the economic value of voluntary, community and social enterprise infrastructure support organisations (2016)
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Bell, K. (2016). Proving the economic value of voluntary, community and social enterprise infrastructure support organisations

This report summarises the results of a two year study to assess the social and economic value of voluntary, community and social enterprise (VCSE) sector infrastructure support organisations. The research, commissioned by South West Forum, was condu... Read More about Proving the economic value of voluntary, community and social enterprise infrastructure support organisations.

The educational progress of looked after children in England. Technical report 3: Perspectives of young people, social workers, carers and teachers (2015)
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Berridge, D., Bell, K., Sebba, J., & Luke, N. (2015). The educational progress of looked after children in England. Technical report 3: Perspectives of young people, social workers, carers and teachers

This is the technical report giving the perspectives of young people, social workers, carers and teachers on the attainment of looked after children in England.

The educational progress of looked after children in England: Final report (2015)
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Sebba, J., Berridge, D., Luke, N., Fletcher, J., Bell, K., Strand, S., …O'Higgins, A. (2015). The educational progress of looked after children in England: Final report

In this context, funded by the Nuffield Foundation, the Rees Centre, University of Oxford and School for Policy Studies and Graduate School of Education at the University of Bristol collaborated on this study to identify key care and educational fac... Read More about The educational progress of looked after children in England: Final report.

Sustainable urban drainage: Retrofitting for improved flood mitigation in city centres (2014)
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Lamond, J., Wilkinson, S., Rose, C., & Proverbs, D. (2014). Sustainable urban drainage: Retrofitting for improved flood mitigation in city centres

AIM The aim of this research was to examine the potential for mitigation of predominantly pluvial flooding in CBDs through retrofitting of such systems. The research used two case study areas to explore the challenges and opportunities for retrofit... Read More about Sustainable urban drainage: Retrofitting for improved flood mitigation in city centres.

Long-term cyclic load capacity and residual life of masonry arch bridges (2014)
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Tomor, A. (2016). Long-term cyclic load capacity and residual life of masonry arch bridges

How long can existing masonry arch bridges continue to carry heavily increased traffic loading? Is there a weight limit for masonry bridges below which no long-term damage will occur to the structure? Can the life expectancy for masonry arch bridges... Read More about Long-term cyclic load capacity and residual life of masonry arch bridges.

Poverty in the UK: Advancing paradata analysis and open access (2014)
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Edwards, R., Phoenix, A., Elliot, H., Gordon, D., Fahmy, E., & Bell, K. (2014). Poverty in the UK: Advancing paradata analysis and open access

This project aimed to provide open access to data from Peter Townsend’s 1967-68 Poverty in the UK (PinUK) landmark UK survey, and to enhance the capacity to use it, through innovative analysis of micro paradata and comparative analysis of macro parad... Read More about Poverty in the UK: Advancing paradata analysis and open access.

Life on a low income in austere times (2014)
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Pemberton, S., Sutton, E., Fahmy, E., & Bell, K. (2014). Life on a low income in austere times

Following the ‘credit crunch’ 2007-2008, the UK entered the deepest recessionary conditions in living memory. As the liquidity from the financial services sector came to an abrupt halt, the investment ‘life blood’ of the economy in short supply, nume... Read More about Life on a low income in austere times.

Guernsey voluntary and charitable sector research study (2011)
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Cemlyn, S., Bell, K., Heslop, P., Gordon, D., Sardinha, L., & Patsios, D. (2011). Guernsey voluntary and charitable sector research study

The study‘s focus was on social inclusion, and how voluntary and charitable organisations try to overcome the barriers and inequalities which prevent people participating on equal terms in society. Its aim was to identify gaps in provision and ways t... Read More about Guernsey voluntary and charitable sector research study.



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