Sutainable Multi-Storey Communities

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September 2017 | Newcastle University and NEA Overview of the interdisciplinary multi-storey research communities project

Preventing excess winter deaths and illness associated with cold homes

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Author: National Institute for Clinical Excellence Published: April 2016 This quality standard covers preventing excess winter deaths and health problems associated with cold homes. It includes people of all ages, and takes into account that some people are particularly vulnerable to the effects of the cold, such as people with cardiovascular or mental health conditions, young children and… Read more »

Delivering affordability assistance to water customers: Cross sector lessons

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July 2016 | Aimee Ambrose, Christopher Damm, Michael Foden, Jan Gilbertson, James Pinder Reports commissioned by the Consumer Council for Water (CCWater): Living with Water Poverty (Creative Research, 2014) and Water Matters (Allen, 2015), revealed that whilst more affordability assistance is now available to water customers who may be struggling to afford their water bills, awareness… Read more »

Warm Homes for Older People (phase 3): Energy and digital inclusion

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Author: Helen Stockton (NEA) for Department of Energy and Climate Change Published: April 2014 This research study was undertaken during 2013-14, a period of flux and adjustment in fuel poverty and domestic energy policy. While new energy efficiency and fuel poverty programmes, specifically the Green Deal and new Energy Company Obligation (ECO), have the potential… Read more »

Warm Homes for Older People (phase 2): The role of social networks

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Authors: Helen Stockton, Deborah Harrison and Joanna Alan (NEA) for Department of Energy and Climate Change Published: March 2013 This report presents the results from a second phase of research undertaken as part of a wider programme of activity aligned to the activities and objectives of the Age Action Alliance (AAA). This wider project aimed… Read more »

 
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