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Social Value Act examined at latest client seminar

At Pellings' latest thought leadership seminar, leading experts in social value came together for an evening of discussion and debate around "how the Public Services (Social Value) Act can be leveraged to achieve lasting outcomes". The event was attended by over 100 industry professionals, with clients represented ranging from housing associations and local authorities, to commercial house builders and social enterprises.

Throughout the evening the panel each explored the fine points of the Social Value Act and passionately presented on their experience of social enterprise in the organisations and communities they are involved in.


  • Cllr Jack Hopkins, Cabinet Member for Jobs and Growth, Lambeth
  • Peter Holbrook CBE, Chief Executive, Social Enterprise UK
  • Indra Pooran, Director, Black Training and Enterprise Group (BTEG)
  • Nigel Goddard, Director of Building Surveying, Pellings

To view the slides from each of our speakers, click here

Pellings head of Building Surveying Nigel Goddard gave an overview of the "Legacy Challenge", a community business support resource developed by Pellings in partnership with the London Borough of Lambeth. The Challenge has been designed to assist local communities to develop a long term and sustainable legacy of business and jobs growth.

To find out more about Pellings' training events programme or the Legacy Challenge, contact Caroline Thomson, Events Manager on

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