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Centre for Research Evaluation and Social Assessment.

Cresa – Centre for Research Evaluation and Social Assessment

CRESA has been undertaking social research and evaluation for over a decade and a half. Our research focuses on encouraging community development and sustainable communities.

Welcome to our new look website. Two of our current key projects are described on this page and in the following pages you can find links to a selection of our recent work.

Over time we will be uploading older projects/publications so do check back or feel free to contact us if you are unable to find what you are looking for.

Finding the Best Fit: Housing, Downsizing and Older People in a Changing Society

This three year research programme focuses on the practicalities and implications of housing downsizing for people in mid-life and in retirement.We know very little about the practicalities of different forms of housing

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Community Resilience and Good Ageing: Doing Better in Bad Times

This two-year research programme funded by the Ministry for Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) seeks to optimise outcomes for communities and older people in the context of adverse, natural events by integrating models of Positive Ageing with models of Community Resilience.

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Feature profile

Dr Kay Saville-Smith.

Dr Kay Saville-Smith

Research Director

A sociologist, Kay has built up twenty years of solid expertise in community and social policy research. Her research areas include applied social research and evaluation in housing, public policy and community development. Kay established CRESA in 1994 along with co-director Julie Warren who...

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