People in different parts of the country face different housing challenges. One area that we are particularly interested in is the East End of Glasgow, where the UK Collaborative Centre for Housing Evidence is based.
We want to make sure that our research is focused on the right priorities and have a positive impact on people’s lives. With this in mind, we have established a Glasgow East End Knowledge Exchange Hub made up of local practitioners, residents and other interested parties, to develop a work programme with and for the community. Following the same principles as our larger Knowledge Exchange Hubs, we held a prioritisation workshop in August 2019 to identify and prioritise housing-related issues at a local level, and to discuss how we might undertake a series of focused activities in this part of the city that might make a difference to the people who live and work here.
- Blog: At home in the East End of Glasgow, by Dr Gareth James
- Video: At home in the East End of Glasgow