Presentation on theme: "Social Justice John Swinney, Deputy First Minister, Scotland “The Scottish Government greatly values the work of those who are at the leading edge of."— Presentation transcript:
John Swinney, Deputy First Minister, Scotland “The Scottish Government greatly values the work of those who are at the leading edge of creating the conditions for a diverse and active social investment marketplace. “We remain committed to working with partners to develop a joined up and coherent social investment policy in Scotland that recognises our values, seizes new funding opportunities and strengthens the third sector.”
Scotland has an appetite for Long Term Investment in Social Infrastructure Growing interest in the potential investor community Growing interest among Organisations to deliver services in the community Social Impact Investment Partnership as a tool to deliver Investment in person centred Social Infrastructure.
Social Impact Investment Partnership Outcome Partner Investment Partner/s Delivery Partner Agreed outcomes £X £X + INT
Social Housing in Scotland 1999/2000 - 75% of families with dependant children in rented accommodation were in Social Housing. 2012/13 – less than 50% Rented housing doubled in 10 years – those in social rent fell from 40% - 25% in 20 years Housing tenure is changing – vital it develops with Social Justice / Mobility in mind
Supporting People Wrap around services Health Families Ex Offenders Homeless
Huge opportunity in Scotland in Social Housing Need is clear The appetite is there The mechanisms are there for mainstream Social Investment and Social Impact Investment. We need to find the structures to connect large scale supply to local level demand