The unit has been funded to undertake its engagement work over this year and last by the "Generations Together", Cabinet Office project. The work of the unit is actively being used to promote an inclusive urban design agenda at local government and national government in the UK, and we are developing a research network working with partners in Berlin, Brussels, Ireland and Keele in the area of inclusive urban design. The unit has developed a methodology of engagement over the last four years which has produced an innovative collaboration between social scientists, city officials and the school of architecture, and we have recently been consulted on these issues by The Centre for Social Justice. We have engaged over 700 members of the public in discussions about inclusive urban design in the last two years.