Covering Phase One of development and continuing Worthwhile activities in the Mayfield Depot and around the Mayfield district.
Everton FC asked RealWorth to identify, quantify and communicate the societal value associated with two of the three elements of it’s stadium move from Goodison Park to Bramley-Moore Dock, commonly known as The People’s Project.
RealWorth were asked to conduct a 3-step assessment of the growth strategy of Plus X – a flexible workspace facility and accelerator program focused on UK-based tech start-ups.
RealWorth evaluated the societal value that The Bell, and its associated enterprises and activities.
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.
RealWorth were appointed by BCEGI to carry out a pilot study into the social value created by community and CSR activities associated with Phase 1 of the Middlewood Locks development in Salford.
Northpoint Developments commissioned RealWorth to conduct an initial Sustainable Return on Investment (SuROI) appraisal for plans to renovate and repurpose a former iconic department store in Sheffield.
In July 2018 U+I asked RealWorth to assist with its bid to Diageo to create and implement a new Masterplan for a portion of the Guinness brewery estate in Dublin.
The HAI project is a 2.5-year study due to finish at the end of 2019. The intention of the project is to develop an approach and process to value and integrate social and environmental benefits into Swedish regeneration programmes.
RealWorth carried out two Sustainable Return on Investment (SuROI) studies on the impact that the MRWA Behavioural Change Programme had on participants and beneficiaries.
GTECH is a social enterprise working with a range of stakeholders to transition land use liabilities into community assets and improve the economic, social, and environmental health outcomes.
The developer and regeneration specialist U+I was shortlisted to transform the Mayfield district of Manchester, close to Piccadilly Station.