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With over 10 years’ experience of delivering research and evaluation activities to local, regional, and national organisations we help organisations to demonstrate the value of their projects and secure future funding.
With proven experience in a range of quantitative and qualitative methods, our advisers will:
  • measure the extent to which your project met the stated objectives
  • identify your project’s key strengths and areas of improvement
  • suggest changes that may help you to improve your performance through the project’s delivery
  • make recommendations to improve future projects’ delivery
We have carried out evaluations for our clients across a range of different themes, for projects in receipt of both European and national funding. Please see the examples below for further information.
To discuss project evaluation, please email

Developing Career Pathways - Camden Economic Growth Fund

We are currently evaluating the Camden Economic Growth Fund awarded project Developing Career Pathways, which is delivered by Springboard and supports Camden residents into sustainable employment and career progression within the hospitality industry.

Participation 4 Change

Participation 4 Change project was led by the NCVO. It aimed to provide a forum for Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) to exchange a wide range of ideas and good practice, and to encourage closer collaboration between CSOs across Europe on issues facing European communities and their citizens.

Reed in Partnership - ESF NEET provision (Right Futures)

We are currently evaluating the ESF funded Right Futures provision, which is delivered by Reed in Partnership and supports young Londoners to re-engage with education, employment and training.

Phoenix Cinema - Centenary Restoration Project

The Centenary Restoration project was developed by the charitable Trust that runs The Phoenix, a 1910-independent cinema based in the London Borough of Barnet, and funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund.

Human Trafficking and London 2012 Network

We were commissioned by The Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime (MOPAC), the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) and the United Kingdom Human Trafficking Centre (UKHTC) to evaluate the success and impact of the Human Trafficking and London 2012 Network.

Go Green Europe

Go Green Europe project was a collaborative development between four partners to share knowledge and experience of successful approaches for supporting Small to Medium Enterprises (SMEs) to identify and implement green business measures.

Evaluation of the Developing Discrimination Advice Workstream

The Developing Discrimination Advice (DDA) Workstream was part of the Working Together for Advice (WTFA) Project, which was funded by the Big Lottery Fund.

Parents into Jobs- Tamil Relief Centre

The Parents into Jobs project was delivered by the training section of the Tamil Relief Centre between April 2008 and March 2010. The project aimed to support economically inactive parents in Enfield, Waltham Forest, Barnet and Haringey to access training and learning to improve their employability to move into employment or further job search or training.

London Civic Forum evaluation

We were commissioned an external review of the London Civic Forum (LCF), to explore its role and remit, as well as its membership structure, in a substantially changed external environment. London Civic Forum (LCF) is a cross-sector membership organisation whose aim is to increase and improve civic participation in London. It works with local, regional and national government to develop and encourage civic participation and engagement in specific areas of London policy. 

Evaluation of the Governance Project - AdviceUK

In 2010 we were commissioned by AdviceUK to undertake an evaluation of the Governance Project funded by the Big Lottery. The aim of the project was to improve the skills and knowledge of trustees and not-for-profit company directors and to help them function well in a regulatory, policy and funding environment.