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  • 1.Starting to map, forecast andmodel social impact

2. Quick recapwww.hact.org.uk @HACThousing 3. It used to be so easy18601910 1960 www.hact.org.uk@HACThousing 4. It used to be easy 2010 www.hact.org.uk @HACThousing 5. But now 2010 XXXwww.hact.org.uk @HACThousing 6. What are you are trying to achieve? Howdoes it relate to your mission? Improvements inindividual wellbeing? Increased communitystability and resilience? Economic growth Sustainability? Tackling homelessnessand overcrowding?www.hact.org.uk @HACThousing 7. Making the case for the housing sector www.hact.org.uk@HACThousing 8. Quality of evidence in sector weakPublic sector,ademics movingto MarylandEvaluation scale.Discounting lowquality evidence.Not clear thatcompatible withrelatively simplisticcurrent approaches topturing value inhousingctor. www.hact.org.uk@HACThousing 9. No clear framework for exploring theseissues At least 30 differingapproaches to collecting & demonstrating social value in housing sector Source: Snapshot survey conducted by HACT,Uni of Birmingham in March 2012www.hact.org.uk @HACThousing 10. Critically, little or no evidence around thesocial value of core businesswww.hact.org.uk @HACThousing 11. Proving social value going to beincreasingly importanttraditional SROI reporting wont cut itany morewww.hact.org.uk @HACThousing 12. A new model needed www.hact.org.uk@HACThousing 13. A possible way throughWellbeing valuationNew approaches toassessing value in termsof changes in subjectivewellbeing massivepotential for housing www.hact.org.uk@HACThousing 14. HACT research: Establishing the wellbeingimpact of housingGenerating methodology andmetrics for social value of:-a home-different tenures-maintenance and homeimprovement-non-housing communityinvestmentwww.hact.org.uk @HACThousing 15. New tools? www.hact.org.uk@HACThousing 16. How might it all work? www.hact.org.uk@HACThousing 17. Priorities going forward- Further refining the metrics- Building the tool set to use andunderstand them- Modeling exchequer impacts,local economic impact alongside www.hact.org.uk@HACThousing