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Deriving social value from procurement: A video Q&A with LHC

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It is of course crucial for social landlords to be able to demonstrate the impact they are having on the communities they serve, and to embrace all opportunities to add social value.

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In this Q&A video, John Skivington – director of LHC, which provides a range of free-to-use procurement framework agreements – explores how landlords can derive social value from procurement processes.

He explains the benefits of embedding community benefit causes in procurement documentation, examines how community benefit funds can be created from procurement efficiency savings, and details examples of projects that have already used careful procurement to bolster social value.

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