DC Research ‘Green Book’ services and workshops
HM Treasury ‘Green Book’ approaches to assessing additionality are a core component in the assessment of Regional Growth Fund (RGF) projects and programmes, and for establishing additionality impacts for ERDF. This means that bids need to articulate the ‘net additional impact’ of outputs they propose to deliver, taking into account deadweight, displacement, leakage, substitution and multiplier effects.
DC Research’s Directors have developed strategies and deliverable action plans for the development of employment growth, enterprise and investment programmes in localities; extensively evaluated projects and programmes designed to deliver jobs, start ups and business growth; and worked for a wide range of clients delivering research across multiple funding regimes. We have many years experience of applying the ‘Green Book’ to a range of appraisal, impact assessment and evaluation studies.
Now more than ever, we are conscious of the need to be flexible and responsive as well as provide excellent value for money. We are finding that the current requirements of our clients means that short, task specific support is often required, and we would be happy to discuss flexible arrangements suited to your needs.
Finally, we are currently delivering workshops and training to provide a range of organisations with the skills and knowledge to compile ‘Green Book’ compliant evidence and assessments, and we would be happy to offer this service to you and partners if it is helpful.
For further information please contact Jonathan Durnin