This report, supported by Trust for London, examines the short and long-term implications of Covid on poverty and inequality in outer London, with a particular focus on employment, low pay, housing and the shift towards homeworking.
This report, published by Centre for Ageing Better, suggests that in the wake of the pandemic, as retailers compete in a tougher economic climate, they should expand their range of home products designed for all ages and abilities.
A new report launched by The University of Manchester’s Institute for Collaborative Research on Ageing (MICRA) has revealed the challenged faced during the coronavirus pandemic by people aged 50 and over, especially those living in deprived areas.
In this new Housing LIN guest blog, Carla Fulgoni, Planning Officer and Appeals Manager at The Planning Bureau Ltd. and Chair of the Dorset Young Planners’ Committee, reflects on the experience of young planners planning and responding to the demands of working from home during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Supporting People Living with Dementia in Extra Care Housing (DemECH) project is an 18-month study funded by the National Institute for Health and Research School for Social Care Research and uses a mixed methods approach to explore how Extra Care Housing can help people to live well with dementia.
Centre for Ageing Better has published a new report, ‘Covid-19 and the digital divide: Supporting digital inclusion and skills during the pandemic and beyond’, offering examples of good practice and recommendations for organisations that deliver services to users and help digitally excluded people with skills training.