Resources

Meanwhile Use in Wales: Summary and Guidance

Meanwhile Use in Wales: Summary and Guidance

Toolkits

This paper provides the context and background to the concept of Meanwhile Use in Wales and offers a summary of the potential benefits and challenges to localities, occupiers and landlords in developing spaces for temporary use.

Published 08 September 2015


 
A Guide to Effective Community Engagement

A Guide to Effective Community Engagement

Toolkits

Community engagement has become an essential component of policy design and implementation, project governance and delivery and monitoring and evaluation. This guide identifies some key engagement techniques that have stood the test of time and are recognised internationally as valuable approaches.

Published 13 July 2015


 
Health Impact Assessment Toolkit

Health Impact Assessment Toolkit

Toolkits

Developed in partnership with the Wales Health Impact Assessment Support Unit at Cardiff University (WHIASU) this toolkit introduces you to the skills and resources required to develop a Health Impact Assessment.

Published 06 November 2012


 
The Atmosphere, Landscape and Horizon Regeneration Impact Toolkit

The Atmosphere, Landscape and Horizon Regeneration Impact Toolkit

Toolkits

This Toolkit provides an evaluation framework specifically designed to establish baseline measurement of community conditions prior to a regeneration programme and to act as a subsequent evaluation methodology enabling assessment of the impact of regeneration initiatives.

Published 06 November 2012


 
Monitoring and Evaluation: A Guide

Monitoring and Evaluation: A Guide

Toolkits

This document provides guidance on a range of evaluation techniques including Social Return on Investment (SROI), Local Multiplier 3 (LM3), Value Wales Community Benefit Tool, Crew A, L, H Toolkit and Results Based Accounting (RBA).

Published 06 November 2012


 
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CREW has been established to help share regeneration best practice and its related skills. A key focus for our activity is the promotion of cross-professional skills. In partnership with key experts we are developing a range of Toolkits and Guidance documents which allow practitioners to develop specific skills associated with key areas of regeneration delivery.