23 Sep 2014
This scheme was delivered by an alliance of seven public and voluntary sector organisations with the university being the sole academic partner. The University of East London (UEL) was responsible for the design, management and delivery of Well London's community engagement and development strand, and for the whole-programme evaluation. Their primary research informed the design of improvement interventions delivered through the £73 million project.
Its findings have driven Big Lottery funding priorities, contributed to parliamentary debates on health, guided by Local Government and led to the commission of new services and delivery approaches by health authorities.