Our Services

HSP has a 20 year track record; over that time we have undertaken a very large number of projects covering all aspects of housing, accommodation, care, health and support services.

We have an exceptionally strong track record of undertaking the following types of commissions:

(i) For local authorities with Adults Services responsibilities and NHS commissioners: developing accommodation, care and health commissioning plans, market position statements, business plans and supporting delivery of business change. See case studies.

(ii) For local housing authorities, registered providers and other housing and support providers: developing housing, care and support strategies, business plans and policies. See case studies.

(iii) Assessing and projecting need and demand for housing, support and care services. See case studies.

(iv) For commissioners and providers of housing, care and support services: developing strategic and operational plans, including preparing complex business cases to support service and financial change programmes, service remodelling and recommissioning. See case studies.

(v) For research bodies and policy makers: undertaking high quality quantitative and qualitative research and producing evidence based publications. See case studies.

(vi) Undertaking both strategic and operational reviews and evaluations of housing, care, health and support services and business sectors, including for voluntary and charitable sector organisations. See case studies.

(vii) Supporting, facilitating and evaluating community based approaches to care, support and capacity building work. See case studies.

HSP is continuously working on these types of research and consultancy projects.

Please contact us for an informal discussion of your requirements.

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