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6 : EASY
Evidencing Adaptable Sustainability

PhotoThe Centre for Geo-Information Studies (CGIS), Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis (CASA), Thames Gateway London Partnerships (TGLP) and Terra Cognita propose to work in partnership with a range of organizations - Local Authorities, Primary Care Trusts, Crime and Disorder Reduction Partnerships (CDRP), utility companies, the Learning Skills Council (LSC) and NGOs - to establish data sharing procedures and benchmarking; enhancing and sharing the understanding of cultural diversity and demographic change across the region.

The micro-modelling of changing demographics and social infrastructure are invaluable tools in developing the evidence base for adopting social policy and service delivery in maintaining sustainability.

This project aims to:

  • (a) Develop baseline geo-demographic datasets for the Thames Gateway area in formats appropriate for the sustainable and eqsuitable delivery of good quality services and the maintenance of local and regional social infrastructure.
  • (b) Disseminate appropriate knowledge and skills.
  • (c) Establish a network of organisations with appropriate data sharing protocols bringing together data and intelligence from previously incompatible or inaccessible sources
  • (d) Ensure that the protocols and training procedures are sufficiently robust and self-sustaining to function beyond the life of the HEIF3 programme.

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