Presentations and information from our knowledge exchange event on calculating journey times.
Geographical research aimed to improve the lives of the lesbian, gay and bisexual communities in Brighton.
Sefton Council combined council data and Cadcorp web mapping software to create an interactive online portal
The National Audit Office modelled journey times to jobcentre locations, providing a tool for estate management
Geographical research on refugee children’s experiences of the asylum process has contributed to improved decision making and welfare outcomes.
A better understanding of workers’ rights in post-Brexit trade deals improves trade policies.
Young people’s inputs to urban planning and design has improved Garden Village developments
Research into cliff erosion, and the effects of climate change on the rate of erosion, helped to determine the risk of impact for cliff residents and their homes.
Manchester City Council worked with Gaist to ensure it had the right data to secure additional investment for maintaining its highways network to support the city’s growth ambitions.
A major public exhibition highlighted the involvement of local guides and communities in three centuries of Western exploration.
The Co$ting Nature policy support tool helps to map the relative value provided to humanity by protected areas and other ecosystems.
New techniques for the restoration of rivers have aided urban regeneration and improved local environmental quality.
This briefing paper addresses 10 controversies, evaluating popular notions around health risks, geographies of alcohol consumption, and norms or cultures around drinking.
Improving understanding of UK internal migration informs policy responses to local demographic change.
This 2014 collection of short case studies demonstrates the value of small area census data, and advocates for retaining the method in the the 2021 Census
CURDS and the Society convened policymakers, officials and researchers to discuss the May 2017 election of metro mayors.
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