Finding value for people and communities

At Temple we work with clients to deliver social value across the built environment and procurement landscape. This is in line with both public and planning policy and provides scope for a more humane and creative approach to project development.
We enable our clients to integrate social value across the lifecycle of a project, from the investment case to end-use. Local context and buy-in drives the creation of social value and we recognise that different projects will require flexible and bespoke approaches.

To this end we use a range of techniques for measuring and forecasting social value, including Social Return on Investment (SRoI) and Cost-Benefit Analysis. Social value is still an evolving concept in the UK and we use emerging techniques and tools to help measure and embed the most positive social value impacts in our projects.

We have experience in creating social value polices and frameworks and assessments for planning and as part of procurement. We can also facilitate community participation in projects and provide design input.

Key Contacts

Prudence Wales Principal Consultant - Social Value
Mark Teasdale Senior Director - Socio Economics
Kris Beuret Senior Director - Engagement
Kevin Nimoh Senior Consultant - Socio Economics