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Seven ways to raise flood awareness this winter

November 14, 2017 | Begum Bidik Nash
Two months into the windstorm season, the UK has already experienced three major incidents resulting in fatalities and injuries, damage… Read more

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 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
damp, mould, condensation, research

“Black mould”? Someone else’s fault

October 19, 2016 | Emma Jones
New research to help landlords and residents understand causes and solutions to condensation issues. The problem Damp, mould and condensation… Read more

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.

Your chance to shape leading research for the housing sector this winter!

June 9, 2016 | Begum Bidik Nash
Sustainable Homes carries out research into the areas that are of most value to the housing sector. Over the last few years, we have looked into the impact of feedback on residents’ energy use, the performance gap in existing homes and new builds, and the link between rent arrears and improved energy efficiency. We received great feedback and gained involvement from government, landlords and the supply chain.  Now is your chance to provide input on our next research proposals and submit your own idea for Sustainable Homes to take forward.

Draughts in homes – a big hidden issue

December 21, 2015 | Arianna Sdei
These findings came out of a national eight month study in over 500 homes.  Sustainable Homes, who managed the study, assessed homes and behaviours of people living in their homes throughout England.  Thirteen leading housing associations provided homes for the study. 

What do we know about how people think of energy?

December 7, 2015 | Daniel Navarro
In the first eight months of 2015, Sustainable Homes carried out meter readings on over 500 homes across the country as part of the National Energy Study 2 to find out more about energy use in the home, and to answer some of the questions raised during the first National Energy Study. This series of blogs looks at the key findings and some of the issues raised.
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