Inequalities, civic loss and well-being uses innovative methods, including app-based surveys of spatial mobility and data linkages, to compare place-based and individual measures of accessibility, and explore how changing patterns of civic loss and gain relate to measures of health and well-being.

Start date provided is that of the WISERD Civil Society Centre. Work packages will have their own individual start and end dates that fall within the five-year research programme.


Interview with Professor Gary Higgs, University of South Wales

Professor Gary Higgs from the University of South Wales talks about some of his latest research on accessibility to public services, and particularly those affected by COVID, such as banks and green spaces. He explains how his team are identifying gaps in provision and producing an evidence base with which organisations can more effectively plan the provision of services and reduce inequality in access.