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An opportunity to learn more about the effect of the new EU regulations on sustainable procurement from a diverse range of experts.  Topics covered will include:

Social Value - what Scotland did next - Barbara Morton (Sustainable Procurement Limited) and Jo Mitchell (Scottish Procurement Directorate)

Championing Social Value- maintaining the momentum - Melanie Mills (Social Enterprise West Midlands)

Delivering Social Value – the private sector rationale - Brian Handcock (Morgan Sindall) and Adam Wilkinson

Embedding sustainable procurement in the heart of a public sector business - Jonathan Jones (University of Birmingham)

The Public Services (Social Value) Act 2012 in practice – a lawyer’s perspective - Gayle Monk (Anthony Collins Solicitors)

Walsall Housing Group’s Green Deal Framework - how we got there and what we are doing now - Cliff Horrocks (Walsall Housing Group)

Sustainable procurement – the European Union reforms: what difference will they make? - Abby Semple (Public Procurement Analysis)

So, what will be done in practice when the new Public Contracts Regulations are in place? - Mark Cook (Anthony Collins Solicitors)

There will also be opportunities to participate in open forums facilitated by Phil Duddell (Sustainable Procurement Limited) and a networking lunch.

5 CPD points will be available for this training.