SOCIAL INFRASTRUCTURE 

It is an accepted principal that housing and employment development needs to provide the necessary social infrastructure to serve its residents and workers.    

We are skilled at identifying surplus capacity in existing community infrastructure or how new facilities within a development can serve both new and existing communities.

WE CAN ASSIST WITH:

  • Socio-economic chapters in EIA
  • Master-planning strategy to delivery social infrastructure

  • Education needs assessment

  • Public open space assessment

  • Health provision needs assessment

  • Retail and leisure assessments

  • Sport needs assessment

  • S106 requirements

  • Elderly care capacity analysis

  • Economic benefits statements

  • Social and Wellbeing benefits statements 

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