Economic and Social Contribution of Independently-Owned Historic Houses and Gardens

Earlier this year, DC Research was commissioned by the Historic Houses Association (HHA) to carry out an independent research study into the economic and social contribution of independently-owned historic houses and gardens to the UK.

The study included a survey of all of HHA’s 1,600 members and the development of a range of nineteen case studies of historic houses in various locations across England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales, as well as a range of desk based research tasks.

The study is now complete, and the research findings have been published.

The key findings and main report are available via the HHA website: http://www.hha.org.uk/DB/news/study-into-economic-and-social-contribution-of-ind.html

For further information, please contact: Dr Stephen Connolly, Director, DC Research

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A founding Director of DC Research, Stephen has more than eighteen years research experience achieved through a combination of roles in both academic research and private sector research and consultancy. Stephen is a Member of the Institute of Economic Development, and a Member of the UK Evaluation Society. He was awarded his PhD entitled "An analysis of the UK National Lottery: estimating additionality for local government" in 2004.

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