Mainstreaming Social Value

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Date:1 February 2017
Time:All day
Venue:Doubletree by Hilton Hotel, Leeds
Granary Wharf
2 Wharf Approach
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Housing Associations continue to operate in challenging times and following a memorable 2016, things look to become even more challenging in 2017.

With every pound that is spent, on a repair, a new home, or a money advice service, how we drive value is increasingly under the spotlight.

Housing Associations are already leading the way in driving and demonstrating social value.  We are becoming accustomed to using it internally, demonstrating the impact that we deliver with our tenants and communities. We are starting to collect more and better data to evidence the value of what we do and becoming confident in analyzing results and using them to guide decisions and investment. So, where next?

How do we take social value beyond community investment and into other parts of housing’s business? What is the social value of our core housing activity, like repairs, maintenance and how does it drive investment and regeneration decisions? What about the social value created by our partners and through our supply chains? How can social value drive our care and support businesses and our offers to older people?

HACT and the NHC’s 3rd Annual Social Value conference will focus on the next generation of social value. Demonstrating how our new found confidence and techniques in social value drives transformation across our businesses and communities.

With a combination of plenary sessions and practical, interactive mini masterclasses from those leading the sector in applying social value in new ways across the business, join us for an exciting and challenging day to understand what the next wave of social value holds.

Chaired by Andrew van Doorn, CEO of HACT, we have speakers from North Hertfordshire Homes, Echelon, Places for People and many more.


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