Societal Early Needs App (SENA)

The SENA app uses council data sources with an algorithm to generate a vulnerability risk index that can detect potentially vulnerable citizens. The project, which was previously Vulnerability Risk Index, […]

Beach Check App

This project used their C-19 Challenge funding to add extra functionality to the BeachCheck smartphone application that had already been developed. The app helps to prevent overcrowding on Bournemouth, Christchurch and […]

The Beach Check app user interface showing the different features

Digital Inclusion Toolkit

This project, led by Leeds and Croydon Councils, intended to tackle the real world challenges and chronic lack of digital capability in certain communities across the UK. Individuals lack access […]

Future Work Design

Led by East Riding of Yorkshire Council, in partnership with Hull City Council, North East Lincolnshire Council and North Lincolnshire Council and supported by The Centre for Human Factors at […]

An illustration of a businesswoman reviewing a report

VCS and Council Data Exchange

Led by Central Bedfordshire Council and the London Borough of Camden, with support from LOTI, the project used their funding to discover, prototype and test a solution to data exchange […]

The website homepage for the Data Exchange with the VCS

Community Engagement Playbook

This discovery project, led by South Gloucestershire Council and Royal Borough of Kingston Upon Thames, aimed to develop a ‘playbook’ that includes systems and tools that councils can use for […]

A screenshot of the Community Engagement Playbook prototype

Demand Modelling Tool for Children’s Services

Previously led by the Greater Manchester Combined Authority, this C-19 Challenge project has developed a model to anticipate the forthcoming wave of demand to help vulnerable children and families emerge […]

The Demand Modelling Tool project's multi-layered development approach, which includes: regular feedback circle with two local authorities, a fresh eyes feedback community with approximately 10 local authorities, and a wider data to insight community of 151 local authorities

Digital Place Based Engagement

This project led by Camden Council focusses on producing a working digital planning notice that allows users to access planning notices online. This ensures local people, businesses, and other key stakeholders […]

The Town Planning Digital Community twitter profile