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Social Value & Community

One of the biggest challenges we face in the next decade is the need to create jobs and skills, the surest route to more sustainable development for many communities. Unemployment impacts not only upon the health and vitality of people and communities, but also on the Sustainability of public and social service providers. The problems and impacts are there for all to see; but the solutions are often complex, case-specific and difficult to deliver.

Through strategic thinking and integrated working, Stradia helps clients put together the jigsaw puzzle of project services and local needs to deliver sustainable solutions that generate social value.

For Stradia Clients, this joined-up approach ensures that their investments have the optimum impact on the communities in which they work. With projects often delivered in some of the most disadvantaged wards in the UK, if not Europe, results are tangible and a real difference is made to the lives of local people. Cornerstones of Stradia’s outcomes-driven approach include:

  • Using Social Enterprise and CIC models to optimise local impact benefit and ROI 
  • Collaborating with local charities, neighbourhood and special interest groups to mutual benefit 
  • Funding the establishment of community-run facilities 
  • Creating jobs and providing skills-based training 
  • Preparing communities for opportunities in the Green Deal 
  • Tackling fuel poverty 

Driving Sustainability through local socially-inclusive procurement can kick-start community economies, improve employment capacity in the area and then provide ongoing work and business benefit over time. Stradia’s expertise can assist you to do this.

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Case Study

Optimising CESP funding across the entire housing stock as well as assisting in applications for other external funding streams.

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