On behalf of our client, we identified and then engaged directly with the key local stakeholders and partners to produce a range of community benefit proposals that would satisfy the requirements of the ITT, sit comfortably within our client’s own CSR objectives and provide their bid with a quality and unique offer
streets-uk initially assisted Inverclyde Council in the design and establishment of the Inverclyde Construction Plus Partnership. We subsequently prepared E4i’s bid and then took responsibility for the delivery of the targets, which included 10% of the person-weeks to be new entrants.
streets-uk provided Morgan Sindall with community benefit co-ordinating services, ultimately exceeding the targets set for jobs, apprenticeships and placements. This also allowed the on-site team to focus on delivery of an award-winning development ahead of programme and under budget.
Having helped Dawn Group develop the community benefits element of their bid, we then worked as their community benefit co-ordinator to help deliver the jobs, apprenticeships and work placements for local people, as well as a wide range of contract opportunities for local businesses and curriculum support for local schools.