Social Value Evidencing Toolkit (SVET): A framework for social delivery on Highways England infrastructure schemes

Emmanuel Itodo Daniel, Christine Pasquire

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Abstract

Highways England (HE) has been value led for many years and already engage road users in performance feedback. However, recent legislation, Public Services (Social Value) Act of 2012 moves this beyond immediate customers/road users and requires a wider approach to value delivery. The Social Value Evidencing Toolkit (SVET) was to support the SV delivery process. It comprises of four components: (1) Initiation (2) Implementation (3) Review and evaluate (4) Analysis and communication of impact
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationNottingham
PublisherNottingham Trent University
Commissioning bodyHighways England
Number of pages13
ISBN (Electronic)ISBN 978-0-9931112-6-6
Publication statusPublished - 15 Apr 2017

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Daniel, E. I., & Pasquire, C. (2017). Social Value Evidencing Toolkit (SVET): A framework for social delivery on Highways England infrastructure schemes. Nottingham: Nottingham Trent University.
Daniel, Emmanuel Itodo ; Pasquire, Christine. / Social Value Evidencing Toolkit (SVET): A framework for social delivery on Highways England infrastructure schemes. Nottingham : Nottingham Trent University, 2017. 13 p.
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