Section 1: Introduction

Advising Londoners Project Summary
The Advice Services Alliance has been commissioned by the Greater London Authority to conduct an evaluation of the provision of social welfare advice across London. This research aims to identify how the advice sector is responding to the challenges of high demand, funding cuts and welfare reform and is changing to maximise its reach and impact. It will make recommendations to the GLA and other London bodies and funders about how social welfare advice for Londoners can be strengthened. It's therefore an important opportunity for advice providers (voluntary, private, public, pro bono and academic), networks and other stakeholders to influence the future of social welfare advice in the capital.

This survey defines an advice service as providing anything from basic, initial and general advice to specialist casework and representation in areas of social welfare law such as welfare benefits, debt, housing, employment, community care, consumer and education.
The purpose of this survey
As part of our research we are conducting this survey to gather information about advice giving organisations in London and are asking for advice providers and stakeholders' views on new trends, ideas and experiences of giving advice in London.  
It should take no longer than 25 minutes to complete. In order to submit your response you must click the 'done' button on the last page. 
The deadline for completion is Sunday the 23rd of June.
Please note that the information you supply will be used by the Advice Services Alliance for the purposes of this research only. No personal information will be shared without your explicit consent. 

If you have any questions or queries please email or call: 02080164123

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* 1. Your contact information