Leeds City Council is the local authority for Leeds City and has a vision for Leeds to be the best city in the UK: one that is compassionate with a strong economy, which tackles poverty and reduces the inequalities that still exist. LCC will be a case study in the research.

The West Yorkshire Combined Authority: The West Yorkshire Combined Authority (WYCA) is a collaboration between the West Yorkshire authorities. It is the place where work that cuts across the whole of West Yorkshire and city region is undertaken. WYCA will be a case study in the research.

University College London Energy Institute: The Energy Systems team develops various types of energy systems models, which study the interactions between the energy system, the economy, the environment and technology. The Energy Systems team will host a research visit to explore in detail the potential contribution of their models to the aims of the fellowship and will sit on the project advisory board.

Oxford University Environmental Change Institute: Hosted at the ECI, ITRC MISTRAL is the second phase of the Infrastructure Transitions Research Consortium and aims to develop and demonstrate the next generation of models, methods and tools that are needed to inform strategic infrastructure system decision making across scales from local to global. MISTRAL will run until 2021 and will extend our analytical capacity across different scales of decision making, thereby helping to inform decision makers in devolved administrations and local authorities. ECI also manages the Data and Analytic Facility for National Infrastructure hosted at STFC in Harwell.