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What can the housing sector learn from the NHS’s net zero journey?

Housing and healthcare have always been intrinsically linked, as housing can be a significant social determinant for health. A good […]

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The power of collaboration in sustainable procurement for Net Zero

Last year the “Survive and Thrive Report” [1] highlighted that “not a single person in the energy supply chain believes […]

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Embedding Sustainability in Asset Management

The housing sector is responsible for 18% of emissions across the UK economy. Of this 18%, 69% of emissions are […]

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Metamorphism – Times Are Changing

With a large majority of the sector having made great strides in setting out their stall on the net zero […]

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Adapt to survive – climate risk and readiness

January this year, the World Economic Forum published its Global Risks Report. It was clear that the biggest risks relate […]

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Linking net zero targets to pay

The need to achieve net zero is becoming a reality for most organisations in the UK, with many already having […]

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Harnessing diversity and customer voice to get it right first time for retrofit

Retrofitting homes to net zero is a tricky business due to the sheer scale of the task, but the wide […]

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Re-defining development viability to promote sustainable outcomes?

Are housing providers at risk of dropping the ball on the sustainability agenda for new homes? We find ourselves in […]

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Embedding carbon budgeting into your organisation – the importance of group-wide buy-in.

We are in an era where organisations across all sectors are making bold net zero commitments, with very few productively […]

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Celebrating Scottish Housing Day at Altair & ATFS

Today marks the seventh annual Scottish Housing Day.  Supported by the Scottish Federation of Housing Associations and the Chartered Institute […]

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