‘Green Book’ compliant EIA studies
DC Research offers industry standard Economic Impact Assessment (EIA) services, as well as specialist culture, creative, heritage and museum impact assessment expertise.
The DC Research team have delivered HM Treasury ‘Green Book’ compliant EIA studies, across a range of fields – assessing both the potential impacts of new developments and the actual impacts of current developments, venues, projects and initiatives.
We have built up a strong portfolio of arts, culture and heritage impact studies. This approach adopts and adapts the ‘Green Book’ method, using HCA Additionality Guidance and Scottish Enterprise guidance where appropriate.
Shambellie House Trust - Potential Economic Impact of the Shambellie House Project
Historic Environment Scotland - Economic Study of the Area Surrounding Urquhart Castle
Association of Independent Museums (AIM) - Economic Value of the Independent Museum Sector: Toolkit (2019 Edition) and Economic Impact of the Independent Museum Sector 2019
Eureka! - Economic Impact Assessment of Eureka! The National Children's Museum
Woodhorn Trust - Economic Impact of the ‘Poppies: Weeping Window at Woodhorn’ Installation
Historic Houses - The Economic and Social Contribution of Independently Owned Historic Houses and Gardens
Pier Arts Centre - Pier Arts Centre: Attributing Value, Assessing Scale - Economic Impact of Pier Arts Centre
Northumberland Strategic Arts Forum - Economic Impact of the Arts in Northumberland
DC Research provides a full range of economic development and regeneration research, consultancy and advice services
DC Research provide clients with independent, objective and rigorously researched evidence.
The DC Research team have substantial experience of delivering a wide range of diverse evaluation studies.
Drawing on our long-standing track record, this service area offers a range of approaches to support clients.
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