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Journal and Journal Article
Accessibility and public service provision: Evaluating the impacts of the Post Office Network Change Programme in the UK
The importance of public service provision and accessibility in shaping government policies aimed at enhancing social inclusion and ensuring social justice in the UK is well founded. The capabilities of GIS for generating information to address such concerns have facilitated...
Journal and Journal Article
Exploring spatiotemporal variations in public library provision following a prolonged period of economic austerity: A GIS approach
This paper demonstrates the applicability of GIS tools for investigating the implications of changes in public service provision following a prolonged period of economic austerity in the UK. Using the example of geographical accessibility to public library service points in...
Journal and Journal Article
Using Geographic Information Systems to investigate variations in accessibility to ‘extended hours’ primary healthcare provision
Abstract There are ongoing policy concerns surrounding the difficulty in obtaining timely appointments to primary healthcare services and the potential impact on, for example, attendance at accident and emergency services and potential health outcomes. Using the case study...
Journal and Journal Article
Investigating spatial variations in access to childcare provision using network‐based Geographic Information System models
Abstract A “flagship” policy outlined in the current Welsh Government's 2016 Programme for Government aims to provide 30 hours of free early education and childcare per week to the working parents of three‐ and four‐year‐olds. However, in common with many other countries,...
Seminar Julian Tudor Hart Memorial Lecture
12th September 2019 |
This year's lecture, titled ‘Julian Tudor Hart – His legacy to Wales and the wider world’ will take the form of a panel discussion with contributions from: The First Minister for Wales Professor Mark Drakeford AM, Professor Graham Watt, Professor...
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