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Turning up the heat

July 10, 2017 | Cecily Church
This June, the UK experienced its hottest weather in four decades. Reaching a scorching 35ºC[1], this heatwave is just the… Read more

A growing population, more homes, less water?

April 25, 2017 | Guest Author
In this guest post Alice Hill, Water Efficiency Project Coordinator at Thames Water discusses how housing providers can increase water… Read more

Housing White Paper: open consultation

March 29, 2017 | Bevan Jones
The Housing White Paper, Fixing our Broken Housing Market was released on 7 February. The Government has done a good… Read more

More must be done to end fuel poverty

February 13, 2017 | Sarah Daly
The equivalent of the population of Glastonbury will die this winter from being in fuel poverty. Currently 2.38 million families… Read more

Builders Book and roasting residents

November 8, 2016 | Guest Author
“So,” I hear you ask, “what is the connection between the Builders Book and roasting residents?” Well, if you’re asking…….. Read more

A brave new world for housing

October 20, 2016 | Bevan Jones
Last week in Manchester proved to be a Brave New World all round. It was my first conference  as Managing… Read more

Plan to act with the new Planning Act

September 12, 2016 | Richard Lupo
It seems that not all authorities are aware of, or prepared for, some of their new responsibilities under the Housing and Planning Act 2016. The blink and you’ll miss it clause relating to energy efficiency and sustainability has been missed by many and understood by a few. Here is an extract of the actual wording taken from section 210 under Part 8 “Public Authority Land”.

Accredited retrofit training course dates announced

August 11, 2016 | Sustainable Homes
We all know we need to get retrofitting millions of homes.  Do we have the skills?  Recent government reports suggest that skills need to improve if we are to leave well ventilated, warm, healthy  homes.

Complete district heating survey for a chance to win a £50 M&S voucher

July 27, 2016 | Sustainable Homes
Making up only 2% of the UK’s heating demand, district and communal heating has the potential for great expansion, bringing with it a whole host of benefits. The government is promoting its expansion and development, and social landlords are in a key position to help with this growth.
 
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