The Kids’ Environment and Health Cohort will be a new, national data resource for research into how the local environment affects children’s health as they grow up in England. This project is led by a team at University College London and is a collaboration between researchers, parents and young people groups, and data providers.
The Kids’ Environment and Health project is being led by University College London in collaboration with the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, City University, London School of Economics and Political Science, and Brock University. We work closely with the Office of National Statistics, Department of Education, and NHS England. This project is funded by Administrative Data Research UK (ADR-UK).