ADR England

The geographic scope of ADR England projects varies depending on the data holder, but is typically England-only, England and Wales, Great Britain or UK-wide. ADR England also provides a home for projects analysing data within or across English regions and local authorities.

Research partners delivering projects within the ADR England portfolio so far include UCL, the University of the West of England, the University of Liverpool, and more. Data holders include the Ministry of Justice, Department for Education, NHS Digital, and more.

Data for ADR England projects is accessed by accredited researchers via the Office for National StatisticsSecure Research Service. With the roll out of remote data access infrastructure, including the SafePod Network and Assured Organisational Connectivity, ADR England researchers can be based throughout both England and the rest of the UK.

ADR England formalises the model of working with UK Government departments and public bodies successfully developed during the ADR UK pilot phase (2018-21), and is being delivered as part of the current phase of the ADR UK programme alongside the established ADR Wales, ADR Scotland and ADR Northern Ireland.

The ADR England portfolio is commissioned and managed by the ADR UK Strategic Hub team embedded within ADR UK’s funder, the Economic and Social Research Council. Projects are commissioned in line with the ADR England Strategy, which prioritises research for public good that cuts across traditional policy boundaries.

ADR England projects currently total over £6 million of investment, and are funded directly from ADR UK’s Strategic Research Fund, administered by the ADR UK Strategic Hub. To find out more about how ADR UK is funded, see About Us. Further details of individual ADR England project grants can be found on UK Research and Innovation’s Gateway to Research platform.

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