The UK Collaborative Centre for Housing Evidence (CaCHE - see below) and the Chartered Institute of Housing are investigating the impact of welfare reforms on social housing providers within England. This survey builds on the initial findings from scoping research. We are seeking the views of a range of different housing providers on the relationship between welfare reform and access to social housing. These findings will be used to support housing providers in responding to welfare reform.
|Please help us by completing this survey. We are seeking the views of senior managers, policy officers or staff who have experience of the impact of welfare reform within England.|
For the purposes of this survey, we are focusing on the impact of welfare reforms introduced after 2010. In particular, Universal Credit, the Benefit Cap, the Benefit Freeze, Size Criteria (or Bedroom Tax), and the one per cent Rent Reduction. We are focusing on general needs social and affordable rented housing only. If you are unable to respond, please pass this survey on to a relevant colleague.
|This survey should take around 15 to 25 minutes to complete.|
The research is being carried out by a team based at Sheffield Hallam University which is one of the institutions that comprise the UK Collaborative Centre for Housing Evidence (CaCHE). The centre is funded by the Economic and Social Research Council, the Arts and Humanities Research Council, and the Joseph Rowntree Foundation.
Your response to this survey is confidential. Your data will be processed by Sheffield Hallam University for the purposes of research according to our data protection privacy policies. All files and records containing personally identifying information, including your contact details, will be destroyed on completion of the project. An anonymised data set may be passed to UK Housing Evidence Centre partners for further analysis. If you have any questions about the survey please contact Ben Pattison at Sheffield Hallam University (email@example.com).