I hope you are well. It's an exciting week, with the elections and good news for private tenants as they can now request energy efficiency improvements in their homes. We also have some great events coming up on heating, the launch of our recent research and, of course, the SHIFT Awards. We welcome thoughts, feedback and offers of collaboration.
Heating homes costs energy and money. Getting it wrong can have serious health consequences. Providing adequate heating to residents is crucial yet can be time consuming.
New solutions are being developed to improve this service, save money and time, and reduce energy use. Our conference in Leeds and London investigate new research, funding, and case studies to provide you with the best tools. Click here for more information
The SHIFT awards are now accepting entries to all 9 categories. The sustainability awards for the housing sector are open to all organisations involved in supplying good quality homes, from housing associations to architects to the supply chain.
Get your entries in by the 15th June! Find out what the judges are looking for and all other relevant information - click here to find out more
Last month private residents gained a small step in the right direction to improve the homes they live in. Landlords are now no longer able to reasonably refuse their requests for energy efficiency improvements to homes.
But there are limitations. Let’s look at the practicalities of... read more here