This report was commissioned by the Greater Lincolnshire LEP Business Growth Hub. It compares the distribution of digital businesses in Lincolnshire to other key areas in the UK. It was developed jointly with Liz Price at the University of Lincoln.
A video of Ivan participating in a debate on the impact of Brexit on Local Government and talking about his ideas for a rural sovereign wealth fund (please click the link for a downloadable pdf report).
Our evaluation report on this community sustainability project which ran from January 2013 to December 2017 in Market Harborough has been published. Sustainable Harborough was funded by the Lottery to help local people trial new and innovative projects on food, energy and environment.
This report provides an in-depth picture of the impact and achievements of Quids In so far; a project led by Citizens Advice Hull & East Riding (CAB) to help people take control of their money.
Our evaluation of the Springboard Programme has been published.
On behalf of East Riding of Yorkshire Council and Humber Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) we reviewed the operation of the programme over a two year period. Our findings have informed a new £10.4 million youth unemployment initiative in the Humber.
We’ve published our report on the Lincolnshire Wellbeing Service.
On behalf of the Lincs Independent Living Partnership (LILP) we undertook an evaluation of the Service. The findings were used by LILP to chart progress and plan for future activities.
We helped communities, businesses and stakeholders come together to produce a plan for their coastal area.
The plan sets out what needs to be done to tackle some of the challenges facing the local area – capturing the untapped potential of established projects as well as new ideas.
We have produced a Strategy for a Fisheries Local Action Group (FLAG). .
The strategy covers 14 settlements from North Shields to Berwick-upon-Tweed; covering a distance of 65 miles, a population of 88,000 and employing over 150 people directly in the fishing industry. In 2016, the FLAG was awarded £800,000 from the European Maritime and Fisheries Fund (EMFF) to support fishermen and associated businesses.