Evaluation of Co-operative Housing Development in Wales

The Welsh Government has commissioned Wavehill to explore the early, developmental stages of co-operative housing in Wales and the efficacy of the support provision. In the current model of support, Wales Cooperative Centre function as the central hub in a network of support options ranging from the training of residents in the principles of co-operative housing to accessing Welsh Government grants. This facilitation service is important as the type and scale of co-operative housing projects can be extremely varied and the model allows for appropriate third-party expertise to be brought in where necessary. The evaluation is also demonstrating how the nature and perception of support amongst

What difference has improving a road and rail bridge in North Wales made?

Wavehill was commissioned to complete an independent evaluation of the £20.5 million, European Funded, Pont Briwet Redevelopment Scheme which replaced a 150-year-old bridge and toll road with a modern, safe and sustainable structure including a railway, a two-lane road, and a cycle/footpath. The project also made improvements to the nearby train station and narrow approach roads. The evaluation was commissioned by Gwynedd Council and undertaken by Wavehill in association with the Wales Transport Research Centre, University of South Wales. Its purpose was to consider a wide range of issues including how local people and businesses have been affected during the course of the redevelopment work


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