As we emerge from the pandemic, the public sector has a once-in-a-generation opportunity to develop towns and cities in a way that delivers social value like never before.
The appetite and commitment is there, from central government to local residents – we simply need to make it happen. But the question is how?
This panel will examine how social value can be achieved, the challenges the property market faces when delivering it, and how procurement can play an important role in embedding social value throughout supply chains.
This panel will also explore how buyers and developers can create social value by connecting to a diverse range of suppliers.
Using stories from the award-winning NEPRO3 framework, the speakers will discuss their own upcoming developments and how they’ve been able to deliver innovation and embed ESG – as well as how the NEPRO3 framework could become an exemplar for social value creation both nationally and internationally.
• Adam Jacobs | Founder and Entrepreneur, Bloom Procurement Services
• Nicola Shelley | Managing Director, North East Procurement Organisation
• Phil Redman | Phil Redman, Area Director, Mott MacDonald
• Melanie Leech | Chief Executive · British Property Federation
Sponsored by: Bloom