In addition to our regular annual and quarterly reporting, the CHAIN Team undertake one-off research projects and contribute to research reports undertaken by other organisations.
No Second Night Out Six Month Review (2012)
This is a review of the first six months of No Second Night Out (NSNO), an innovative new pilot project that aims to ensure that new rough sleepers do not spend a second night on the streets. The evaluation, undertaken by York University and Broadway’s specialist research team, draws on both qualitative interviews and quantitative data from CHAIN about the usage and outcomes of the project. It provides conclusions and recommendations for the future of the project and informs the decision-making about whether to continue NSNO in 2012-13.
You can download the report from here: http://www.broadwaylondon.org/ResearchInformation/Research/NSNO6MonthReview.html
Profiling London's rough sleepers (2009)
is a ground breaking study of London’s rough sleepers supported by Communities and Local Government (CLG). Providing extensive analysis of the data collected about rough sleeping in London since the late 1990s, this research is essential reading for those working in the field of street homelessness. To read the report, click here.
Evictions and Abandonment (2009)
Analysis undertaken for Homeless Link's Evictions and Abandonments Research Project
Broadway analysed CHAIN data to form a component of Homeless Link's Evictions and Abandonments research. The analysis undertaken is available in full below. To see the resulting research report by Homeless Link click here
Support Needs in CHAIN (2008)
Assessing the use of support needs data fields and accuracy of the data on CHAIN. To read the report, click here.