London School of Economics and Political Science, Houghton Street, London, UK
Dr Bert Provan is a Senior Policy Fellow and Knowledge Broker in the Centre for Analysis of Social Exclusion (CASE) at the London School of Economics. His research interests lie in housing, neighbourhood renewal and the social impact of regeneration, the impact of welfare reforms, social return on investment, and comparative French housing policies.
Selected publications include Extending the "move-on" period for newly granted refugees: Analysis of impacts and costs (2020;) Never Just a Number: Evaluating the impact of a holistic approach to UK poverty with Laura Lane, Ellie Benton and Anne Power (2018); The Impact of Welfare Reforms on Social Housing Tenants with Anne Power and Eileen Alexander (2015), Moving on without moving out: the impacts of regeneration on the Rayners Lane Estate with Anne Power and Alice Belotti (2016), No place like an accessible home: Quality of life and opportunity for disabled people with accessible housing needs, with Tania Burchardt and Ellie Suh (2016).
Expertise: French and European housing policies; housing and rough sleeping; neighbourhood renewal; social impact of regeneration; social return on investment
City of Walbrzych: Technical Assistance for Mitigating the Social and Economic Challenges of The City European Investment Bank, July 2020
Low Cost Home Ownership Schemes Social Mobility Commission, July 2017
No Place Like an Accessible Home Papworth Trust, July 2016
EuropaCity: Social Impact Assessment Study EuropaCity (Auchan), February 2014