COMMUNITY BENEFIT PARTNERSHIPS
Travis Perkins Managed Services & City of Edinburgh Council
In 2015, the City of Edinburgh Council awarded a contract to Travis Perkins which includes a community benefit clause, whereby 1% of the contract spend will be provided by Travis Perkins Managed Services towards community projects based in areas of the city with a high density of Council housing. The OneCity Trust was approached by the City of Edinburgh Council and Travis Perkins Managed Services and became the route for community legacy funding.
We are extremely grateful for the continuing support of Travis Perkins and the City of Edinburgh Council, as this partnership has been extended to 2022. To date, the OneCity Trust has received funding of £188,500, which has been distributed via grants to projects across Edinburgh.
Engie Regeneration Ltd & City of Edinburgh Council
The City of Edinburgh Council awarded a contract to Engie Regeneration Ltd (ENGIE) to develop the North Sighthill site with 184 homes for social housing/mid-market rent and 132 homes for sale. As part of this contract, Engie provided a community investment fund of £50,000 to be disbursed to eligible community groups and organisations, primarily in the south west locality of the City of Edinburgh.
On 14 February 2019 a service level agreement was signed by Engie, CEC and OCT confirming that this agreement would run until the end of the contract period, or until the monies were disbursed, whichever was the latter.
CGI (UK) Ltd & City of Edinburgh Council
In August 2015, the City of Edinburgh Council awarded a contract to CGI IT UK Ltd (CGI) for the provision of ICT services for the following five years. As part of this contract, CGI provided a community investment fund of £3,000 per annum to the OneCity Trust; to be disbursed to Scottish charitable organisations and eligible community groups in the City of Edinburgh.