The original project proposal can be read here. As the project developed in its initial phase, we ended up focusing on Old Japanese, the earliest attested Japanese from the 8th century, in light of research being conducted elsewhere, especially National Institute for Japanese Language and Linguistics (NINJAL) .
One important outcome of the VSARPJ project is the Oxford Corpus of Old Japanese (OCOJ), which is the most extensive and detailed parsed corpus of Old Japanese in existence. The OCOJ continues as an independent research project. Other outcomes of the project can be found here, and this will be updated as publications continue to appear as a result of the VSARPJ project.