Inside Housing's quarterly sustainability magazine, bringing the latest green news, opinion and best practice to the social housing sector.
Sector calls for more financial incentives and government tariff pledge
A £10m fund for urban community energy projects, which can be accessed by housing associations, is set to be launched within the coming weeks.
More than £81bn of renewable energy projects are proposed over the next decade representing almost half of all infrastructure spending in the UK, new analysis has revealed.
The business case for government investment in a major home energy efficiency infrastructure programme is ‘strong’ and could result in £4.95bn financial savings for UK households by 2030, according to a report released today.
England’s largest social housing tenant body has spoken out against a campaign to give housing associations more powers to access homes for gas inspections.
Skanska has won the contract for the second stage of the Battersea Power Station redevelopment, which is estimated to be worth around £750 million.
A round-up of what’s happening in the housing sector this week – 27 - 31 October
If you are an environmentalist you must be against building millions of new homes, right?
The Lyons review paves the way for new homes, but Kathleen Kelly says we need more to ensure housing protects against poverty.
Although calls for a strategy to fix Britain’s broken housing market are not new, the Lyons review should be a catalyst for fresh thought and action to solve the housing crisis
Although district heat networks have been around in the UK since the 50s, we should look to Sweden for inspiration, says Bill Randall
Power cuts could return, so make sure you are ready for the worst
Progressive housing policies won’t see the sector rushing to vote Lib Dem, says Pete Apps
For some years, planning and economic consultancy Urbed has been organising trips for interested parties – developers, as well as local authorities – to some of the most impressive housing schemes on the continent.
Paul Ciniglio reveals the results of research conducted by First Wessex and the Zero Carbon Hub into the installations of mechanical ventilation with heat recovery