|Client||Temple Group for Peaks and Plains Housing|
|Service||Social Value Precedent Report|
Peaks and Plains Housing Association commissioned PRP architects to create a new Masterplan for the Moss Rose Estate in Macclesfield. Temple Group asked RealWorth to assist with the social and environmental impact report that accompanied the Masterplan. The report by RealWorth sought to consider the options available to designers by reviewing the performance of pro-social and pro-environmental features experienced by stakeholders in similar contexts. The intention was to provide evidence about the way that designers and place-makers in similar circumstances to Moss Rose have been able to generate societal value for their stakeholders. Case studies such as Garfield Park Conservatory (Chicago), Limelight Community Hub (Old Trafford) and Hazelwood Green (Pittsburgh) were used to consider the full potential of the social value of Moss Rose Estate. The report concentrated on three key parts of the estate; South Park community space, a community hub and the interface between the existing estate, and a planned new higher income residential area.
The next phase of this project will entail an options evaluation, interaction of stakeholder groups and a Sustainable Return on Investment (SuROI) report to accompany the final Masterplan design.