Items where Author is "Ambrose, Peter"
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Hacker, Jenny, Ormandy, David and Ambrose, Peter (2011) Social determinants of health - housing: a UK perspective In: Porter, E and Coles, L, eds. Policy and strategy for improving health and wellbeing. SAGE Publications, London, UK. ISBN 9780857250070
Ambrose, Peter (2010) Overcrowding among primary school children in the London Borough of Wandsworth - incidence and effects In: Coastal Regeneration Research Centre with Southampton City Council, 6 December 2010, Southampton, UK.
Ambrose, Peter (2010) Happiness heaven and hell in Paddington University of Brighton, Brighton, UK.
Ambrose, Peter and Farrell, B. (2009) Housing our future: report on an enquiry into the effects of overcrowding in children South London Citizens, London, UK.
Ambrose, Peter (2008) Discovering the true meaning of 'affordable' housing Roof. ISSN 0307-6911
Ambrose, Peter (2008) Cost analysis pays off Inside Housing. ISSN 0950-3358
Ambrose, Peter (2008) Housing affordability standard The Zacchaeus 2000 Trust; Citizens UK, London, UK.
Ambrose, Peter (2007) Evaluation of the impact of Falmer full service school activities In: McLaughlin, S., Whittle, T. and Young, V., eds. Making University-Community Partnerships Work. NIACE, United Kingdom. (Unpublished)
Ambrose, Peter and Cunningham, Liz (2005) Consultation on the health needs of communities in local neighbourhood improvement areas [Report (for external body)]
Ambrose, Peter and Cunningham, Liz (2004) The ever increasing circle: a pilot study of debt as an impediment to entering employment in Brighton and Hastings [Report (for external body)]
Ambrose, Peter (2002) Second best value HSPRC, University of Brighton, Brighton, UK.
Ambrose, Peter (2000) A drop in the ocean: the health gain from the central Stepney SRB in the context of national health inequalities Health and Social Policy Research Centre, Brighton.
Ambrose, Peter (1994) Urban process and power Routledge, London, UK. ISBN 0415008506
Ambrose, Peter Second best value: the central Stepney SRB - how non-joined up government policies undermine cost-effectiveness in regeneration HSPRC, Brighton.
Ambrose, Peter The great house fantasy Health and Social Policy Research Centre, Brighton, UK.
Davidson, M., Roys, M., Nicol, S., Ormandy, D. and Ambrose, Peter The real cost of poor housing: footing the bill Building Research Establishment (BRE), Watford, UK.