Across our group and within all our platforms, we place social value at our core.
We do that so we can help you to maximise the social value return on your project’s investment at all stages. All individuals, communities and businesses related to your project need to be able to see and understand the benefits of your inward investment to them in a simple and digestible way.
That’s what social value can do. That’s why social value is at the very centre of how we operate. That’s how we support all our clients.
Loop is our dedicated social value brand which helps clients to forecast, monitor and evaluate the entire life cycle of any projects through either our dedicated industry leading tools or our bespoke consultancy services.
Naturally at The 55 Group, we tap into our team of social value experts to help us recognise the benefits of all the work we support our clients with.
The numbers below offer just a summary of the impact the work we have supported through procurement, consultancy, contract and risk management has made.
To help support our ecosystem with their understanding and reporting of social value, we offer Loop services in line with our other platforms. For example, all Pagabo procured projects are able to run simple social value reports completely free of charge.
To find out more about the social value services Loop can offer you, click through to visit their dedicated website.
The National Social Value Standard provides a broad, robust and accessible measurement framework to help drive greater social value, in the right way. We are proud to partner with National Social Value Standard to build the NSVS into the heart of our social value reporting and platforms.
This helps organisations ranging from public, private and not for profit to use NSVS as their chosen measurement framework in a simple and straightforward way.
Find out more by visiting the National Social Value Standard website.
Over 800 metrics, 90% of which have proxy values, across all social, environmental and economic pillars – used across private, public, and non-profit industries.
Outcomes focused and regularly updated metrics developed by social value economists, with additionality analysis conducted against every value to mitigate overclaiming.
Follows government guidance such as the HM Treasury Green Book, uses the latest academic literature, and maps to key frameworks such as the government’s Social Value Model and the UN Sustainable Development Goals.