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Landlords set out steps to improve efficiency & reduce impacts

Posted by Andrew Eagles on 23/02/16 07:30

The recent climate change agreement in Paris has shown a world appetite for reducing impacts and operating more sustainably. Landlords in the UK have for some time, led on sustainability, reducing emissions and installation of renewables. 

Hastoe Housing Association has created this infographic summarising their main accomplishments in several areas of their operations. Their SHIFT accreditation is helping to measure and improve their energy and water efficiency and community engagement. They are now one of the greenest landlords in the UK (hoorah).   We thought a summary explaining some of their work might be of interest.   

To measure and improve your operations and environmental impacts, SHIFT, the sustainability standard for the housing sector can help. 75 social landlords are involved   Find out more by clicking here or contact us for more information.

I hope that has been of use.  I’d be interested in your thoughts.  Are you doing similar work?

 

Topics: Heating, Renewable energy & heat, Waste, Energy, Carbon, Housing Sector

New research examines the link between rent arrears, voids, energy efficiency measures and cost savings for landlords. Download the report.

 

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