18 Nov 2020 - Online via Zoom 3-4.30pm
Our social value research revealed that many local authorities wanted to hear how they can improve their community engagement prior to a potential development to ensure that any procured social value activities and outcomes were fully aligned to the needs of those communities.
Bev Hurley, IED Chair, will facilitate this round table discussion, featuring a presentation from subject experts Commonplace, showing how technology can make a significant improvement in both engagement and community relationships.
Places are limited on each session to ensure plenty of time for questions and discussions. We are running 3 separate events (23rd September, 21st October and 18th November). Choose which date suits you best and click on the relevant booking link below.
IED members, please note that this session will count towards your formal CPD.
This session is free for IED members and a small fee of £35 will be charged to non IED members. If you are not an IED member, and you think you might wish to attend similar events in the future, it might be worth considering taking up IED membership which is £199 a year
Once you have obtained a ticket (either free or at £35) we will email you with the online joining instructions.