Social value is a key consideration for the built environment, but it’s still frequently overlooked. Many surveying and valuation practitioners either ignore it completely or adopt a rather narrow interpretation of the Red Book/International Valuation Standards.
March 2018 saw us complete our work on a report written in association with International Law Firm Trowers & Hamlins and its Working Group to make the case that the greatest financial return on investment is achieved by creating buildings and places in which people and communities thrive.
How to align the interests of private and public sectors with the aspirations and needs of local citizens, businesses and communities.
Erik’s work on SuROI won him the RICS Education Trust’s annual Research Fellowship prize in 2014.