Emeritus Professor Tony Crook: Research

2013

Awarded £5,000 by the Higher Education Innovation Fund to examine the impact of Community Infrastructure Levy (with Sarah Monk and Gemma Burgess)

Awarded £15,050 by the House of Commons Select Committee on Communities and Local Government to examine the nature of planning constraints on housebuilding (with Sarah Monk, Gemma Burgess, Christine Whitehead and Michael Oxley)

2011

Awarded £10,000 by the National Housing Federation for a study of the impact of CIL and scaled back S106 on the supply of affordable housing (with Sarah Monk)

2010

Awarded £63,600 by the Homes & Communities Agency & The Tenant Services Authority for a study of the micro geography of affordable housing investment (with Prof Christine Whitehead)

2008

Awarded £60,569 by the Scottish Government for a study of the views and experience of the landlords of the private rented sector (with Prof Peter Kemp)

Awarded £120,958 by the Dept for Communities & Local Government for a further study on the incidence, valuation and delivery of planning obligations (with Dr Craig Watkins, Dr Ed Ferrari, Prof Christine Whitehead and Ms Sarah Monk)

2007

Awarded £48,100 by the Dept for Communities & Local Government for a study of common starting points for S106 Affordable Housing (with Prof John Henneberry and Dr Steven Rowley and with Ms Sarah Monk & Prof Chrstine Whitehead, University of Cambridge)

Awarded £34,782 by the Welsh Assembly for a study of the valuation of S106 obligations by Welsh planning authorities (with Prof John Henneberry, Dr Craig Watkins, and Dr Steven Rowley)

Awarded £7,500 by the Roual Institution of Chaetered Surveyors to study current policies of local planning authorities on S106 affordable housing. (with Ms Sarah Monk & Prof Chrstine Whitehead, University of Cambridge)

Awarded £5,000 by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation to uinderaytke a policy review of S106 afforable housing policy (Ms Sarah Monk & Prof Chrstine Whitehead, University of Cambridge)

2005

Awarded £92,801 by the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister for a study of the methodology for valuing Planning Obligations (with Prof John Henneberry, Dr Craig Watkins, Dr Steven Rowley and Dr Malcolm Tait with Halcrow Fox)

Awarded £36,227 by Joseph Rowntree Foundation for a study of the outputs and outcomes from delivering affordable housing through S106 agreements (with Sarah Monk & Prof Christine Whitehead, University of Cambridge)

Awarded framework contract (initial grant of £25,000) by Office of the Deputy Prime Minister for studies of planning and market signals (with Prof John Henneberry, Dr Craig Watkins, and Dr Malcolm Tait)

2003

Awarded £41,900 by Joseph Rowntree Foundation to study the complementary roles of Social Housing Grant and the provision of affordable housing through the planning system in achieving additional affordable homes (with Sarah Monk & Prof Christine Whitehead, University of Cambridge)

Awarded £61,350 by The Rent Service (an executive agency of the ODPM) to develop an economic model of rent determination in the private rented sector (with PR Bibby and Dr M Craglia)

Awarded £60,200 by the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister for a study of the value for money of delivering affordable housing through S106 agreements (with Prof John Henneberry and with Sarah Monk & Prof Christine Whitehead, University of Cambridge)

2002

Awarded £25,000 by HEFCE for further work on developing good practice in the management of contract research staff (with Ms Rosie Valerio, University of Sheffield, Prof Leela Damorandam, University of Loughborough & Mr Bernard Kellett, University of Manchester)

Awarded £13,859 by Scottish Executive to review policy options for improving condition in Scotland's private rented sector related to UK government reserved matters (with John Hughes)

2001

Awarded £23,910 by Threshold, Eire for study of institutional investment in the private rented sector in Eire.

2000-2001

Awarded £158,834 by Joseph Rowntree Foundation, Housing Corporation, Countryside Agency, RICS and RTPI to investigate the production of affordable housing through the planning system, including estimating output, the distribution of costs and additionality (with Professor Christine Whitehead, University of Cambridge).

Awarded £265,000 by HEFCE as part of HEFCE's Fund for the Development of Good Management Practice to develop good practice in the management of contract research grant (with Rosie Valerio, University of Sheffield, Prof. Leela Damorandam, University of Loughborough and Mr Bernard Kellett, University of Manchester).

2000

Awarded £12,170 by British Property Federation to undertake research on returns from investment in residential rented property (with Professor Peter Kemp, University of Glasgow).

Awarded £5,000 by Joseph Rowntree Foundation for comparative international study of use of tax measures to stimulate supply of private rented housing.

1999-2001

Awarded Innovation and Good Practice Grant of £20,000 by Housing Corporation to co-fund ESRC CASE research studentship to examine voids and turnover in difficult to let housing estates and to develop a forecasting model.

email : a.crook@sheffield.ac.uk