A New Direction is pleased to announce the appointment of Ecorys UK to undertake the national evaluation of the Creative People and Places (CPP) programme.
The evaluation will run for three years from December 2013 to March 2017 and will involve a large scale meta-evaluation of CPP documents and data using the innovative methodology developed by Ecorys for the evaluation of the London 2012 Olympics.
The project forms a key part of the programme of activities for the evaluation of the CPP programme nationally and aims to complement the research and evaluation activities being undertaken by the CPP programme individually.
Holly Donagh, Partnerships Director at A New Direction, said "we’re genuinely excited about working with Ecorys UK on this project and with the innovative meta-evaluation method they will be following".
The Ecorys UK project team will be led by Louise Scott, Associate Director and managed by Sarah Jenkins, Senior Research Manager.
For queries about the national evaluation of Creative People and Places, please contact Steven Murray, CPP National Evaluation Co-ordinator.