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Stakeholder engagement and materiality assessment
Through carrying out a materiality assessment we ensure we focus our strategy on the key sustainability issues for our business. Conducted with the ongoing support of our strategic partner Business in The Community (BITC), a materiality assessment is the process of identifying, refining, and assessing numerous potential environmental, social and governance issues that could affect our business, and our stakeholders, and condensing them into a form that can be incorporated into our company strategy, targets, and reporting.

Following a stakeholder mapping exercise, workshops and interviews have been held with key stakeholders including employees and clients.  These focussed on 4 areas: client and local government priorities and sustainability issues, future trends, supply chain (procurement process) and perception of Eurovia.

The key themes identified from the stakeholder engagement are healthy environments, healthy communities and responsible products and services.

Some of the key findings from the stakeholder analysis included energy efficiency, reducing carbon emissions and meeting environmental KPI`s in response to climate emergencies. The findings around resource productivity and circular economy were focused on resource scarcity, innovative road design and structure, youth employment, health & wellbeing. Communications on social value, community engagement and local inequality were also found to be key areas of importance.