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CERI projects

CERI has worked on a wide range of different projects over the last few years:

Recent externally funded research projects

Date Project
2013 Evaluation of Mayoral Community Infrastructure Levy within South London – (April – July) – research commissioned by South London Partnership
2013 Evaluation of pilot Community Land Auction Scheme – 2 year research project commissioned by Department of Communities and Local Government (in conjunction with Sayce, S)
2013 Evaluation of Olympic events with Kingston town centre – research project commissioned by Royal Borough of Kingston
2012 Developing the case for South London to reduce the Mayoral CIL: with Sayce, S. for South London Partnership.
2011 Town centre development and new models of growth in South London, South London Partnership – In conjunction with Ramidus Consulting Ltd.
2010 Assessing Back Garden Development Policy and National Planning. Department for Communities and Local Government (CSCAIPE).
2009 Developing SME case studies for the Business Case for Diversity. Commissioned by the London Development Agency for their Diversity Gold Standard.
2009 Establishing Shared Intelligence in South London. Working with Local Authority partners to facilitate collaboration and innovation around economic development issues. Sponsored by the South London Partnership.
2009 Diversity at work: support brochure for small and medium-sized businesses. This was supported through the EU-wide campaign 'For Diversity. Against Discrimination'. DG Employment and Social Affairs. For more information, visit www.stop-discrimination.info.
2008 Activities promoting and developing the business case for diversity – CERI worked as part of a consortium across the EU to deliver this EU research project, as part of the DG Employment and Social Affairs, PROGRESS Programme 2007–2013.
2008 Forecasting Industrial and Commercial space in South London 2008-2028. South London Business.
2008 Office Capacity Study: Supply and Demand in South London, South London Partnership and LDA.
2007/08 National Land Use Database – Previous Developed Land: Data Collection and Management Review – this project is concerned with information on the extent and location of brownfield land sites in England, funded by English Partnerships and the Department of Communities and Local Government
2007 Diversity at work: eight steps for small and medium-sized businesses. This was supported through the EU-wide campaign 'For Diversity. Against Discrimination'.
For more information, visit www.stop-discrimination.info.
2007 Developing teaching material within FE college Vocational Courses to promote the business case for diversity – funded through the Equal ESF programme and LSC LID fund.
2006 Investigating employer engagement for Sector Skills Development Agency (Skills for Business Network).
2006 Developing the business case for a lifelong learning network in South London for Kingston University and HEFCE.
2006 Alternative spaces of consumption in town centres: Markets and Sustainability. British Academy research Grant.
2005 Examining employment barriers, diversity and workforce development for the South East England Development Organisation final report and 3 Year Action Plan.
2005 Providing interactive SME research and a localised business case for diversity for the ESF EQUAL Workforce Futures Programme in South London.

Selected individual and/or group research projects and publications within last five years

  • Garside, P., Sayce, S and Walford, N. Residential development on gardens in England: Their role in providing sustainable housing supply. Land Use Policy, Volume 29, Issue 4, October 2012, Pages 771-780.
  • Garside, P., and Sayce, S (2012) Paper and Presentation to Mayoral CIL Examination in Public on behalf of South London Partnership.
  • Garside, P., Harris, R and Jones, S (2011) South London Suburban Centres and Alternative Forms of Office Development. South London Partnership.
  • Garside, P. and Sayce, S. (2011) South London Sub Regional Economic Assessment. South London Partnership.
  • Garside, P., Sayce, S. and Vickers, T. (2010) Garden developments: understanding the issues - An investigation into residential development on gardens in England. Department of Communities and Local Government.
  • Garside, P. (2010) Diversity at work: support brochure for small and medium-sized businesses. Directorate General of Employment & Social Affairs.
  • Garside, P. (2009) The Diversity Journey. Report on the Progress Programme and Employment Intervention Strategies for SMEs. Directorate General of Employment & Social Affairs.
  • Garside, P., Sayce, S., Walford, N. and Vickers, T. (2008) Improving brownfield data: the key to unlocking land for development. RICS Land Journal, November/December Issue.
  • Garside, P., Sayce, S., Walford, N. and Vickers, T. (2008) NLUD Scoping Study: Final Report. English Partnerships/Department for Communities and Local Government.
  • Garside, P. (2008) Employer Engagement in Vocational Training. Sector Skills Development Agency.
  • Garside, P. and Phipps, P. (2007) Developing a Strategy for the Thames Corridor Labour Market. GLA and South London Partnership.
  • Garside, P. (2008). Diversity at work: eight steps for small and medium-sized businesses. 'For Diversity. Against Discrimination'. Directorate General of Employment & Social Affairs www.stop-discrimination.info.

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