Additionality Guide

This guide explains how to assess the additional impact or additionality of local economic growth and housing interventions.


Additionality Guide

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This guide enables practitioners to study the concept of additionality. That is, the extent to which something happens as a result of an intervention that would not have occurred in its absence. This an integral component in public sector economic appraisal, not just in the field of regeneration and housing, but across government and wider afield.

Published 13 January 2014