Central to the Hub philosophy is the principle that local people and businesses should benefit to the greatest extent possible from investments being made in their areas and relevant targets are agreed for individual projects with public sector partners. The delivery of community benefits is measured through a range of key performance indicators and Hub South East is always looking for new ways to extend the social gain delivered.
We can demonstrate, through audited data, that our programme has delivered industry leading community benefits in terms of jobs created, opportunities for SMEs and links with third sector organisations.
Our ongoing performance is monitored against our targets by our Territory Partnering Board.
The Hub programme is continuously evolving its model and innovations currently being implemented include the introduction of the nationally recognised Social Value Portal to standardise data measurement and financially assess benefits delivered in the widest socio-economic sense. Read about the social value already delivered on one of our recent projects – Wallyford Primary School.
Work packages awarded to Scottish SMEs
Work placement days
New jobs created
Apprenticeship and trainees places
We report on Community Benefits to our Clients on individual projects, but we can also show delivery across each local authority area in our Territory. Check these out below.