It describes and reflects on four experimental projects we carried out during 2011-2012 in separate localities in England.
The basic rationale was to test whether resident-run online neighbourhood networks could be established in low income neighbourhoods and if they could be shown to bring social benefits.
The report adds weight to claims that local online channels can be established inexpensively in low income areas, that they can be made sustainable, and that they contribute to the quality of local social life.
The report is here. There is also a two page summary, and a post on the Networked Neighbourhoods blog.