The report is based on a programme of work undertaken between September and November 2011.
This is not the latest release in the series: Evaluation of Communities Two Point Zero
It draws on findings from a review of monitoring data and fieldwork with key stakeholders to review the progress of the Communities 2.0 Programme to date. It also finds that on the whole Communities 2.0 is on track in terms of delivering against headline targets, with the economic targets of the programme proving most challenging.
It makes 14 recommendations about the programme in the future, with the first recommendation being that Communities 2.0 continues to be funded for a further 3 years to 2015.