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Overheating, flood risk, carbon – new figures on landlord impacts

Posted by Baker Homes on 15/06/15 07:30

New research was published last week on the work registered social landlords are doing to improve their environmental performance. Environmental benchmarking is improving processes and helping to save thousands of tonnes of carbon emissions and millions of cubic meters of water, as well as improving the homes and lives of residents.

Read more about how the housing sector's sustainability standard is working with social landlords to reduce their environmental impacts here.

You can also find out more about the standard itself and environmental benchmarking at the new SHIFT website.

 

Topics: Registered Social Landlords, Social housing, SHIFT, Overheating, Flooding, Environment, Carbon emissions

'THE REVIEW' details the achievements and progress of the social housing sector on key environmental performance metrics. Download the report below 

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