Presents the findings and evidence from a review of the effectiveness of the illegal money lending national project that started in 2007.
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Presents the findings and evidence from a review of the effectiveness of the illegal money lending national project that started in 2007. The project set out to address the illegal money lending which is common in deprived estates and which entrenches poverty and disadvantage. The review assesses the effectiveness of teams and delivery models in meeting both enforcement and financial inclusion objectives, and the aggregate impact of the national project. It identifies replicable best practice, assesses the wider economic and social benefits, to inform the development of future policy approaches in this area.
See also the summary report.