Social Value: How to Embed Community Impact in your Contracts
We are delighted to be hosting the fourth webinar in LLG’s new Talking Procurement series.
Social value has become an intrinsic feature of the procurement landscape. But how do we maximise social value and the impact it creates for our citizens? The opportunity to consider 'social value' in procurement processes and contracts has been seized by local authorities but there is a plethora of guidance, procurement policy notes and guidance/toolkits that requires careful navigation.
During this webinar we will take a closer look at how to embed community impact in your procurement processes and contracts and we will provide tips and advice on how to social value can be addressed at each stage of the procurement and contracting process.
The panel includes:
Helen Randall, (Partner, co-head of the Public Procurement practice at Trowers & Hamlins and a leading national expert in local government procurement),
Rebecca Rees (Partner, co-head of the Public Procurement practice at Trowers & Hamlins and one of the top-ranked procurement lawyers in the UK); and
Henna Malik, (Solicitor, lead member of the Public Procurement team at Trowers & Hamlins, specialising in public sector procurement and commercial advice).