Thirteen has purchased 10% of the carbon credits to be generated by the new 10-hectare woodland in Jon’s Wood in Crook, County Durham.
85% of new homes in England and Wales received an EPC rating of A or B between April and June 2021, government figures have revealed.
Leaders made the admission at the Green Communities Summit, the sector’s first discussion of how to hit the UK’s 2050 net zero target.
Andy Burnham, Andy Street and Steve Rotheram have urged the government to continue funding Housing First pilot projects in their regions.
Charles Alexander has replaced Mike Kirk as chair of 32,000-home landlord VIVID, Hampshire’s largest affordable housing provider.
The £3.7m Respite Rooms Trial Programme will fund accommodation and support for rough sleepers who have experienced violence and abuse.
The Future Homes Delivery Plan has been agreed by the Future Homes Task Force, made up of leading figures from across the housing sector.
Thirteen, the North East’s largest social landlord, has acquired over 1,000 homes in Middlesbrough and Hull from Clarion Housing Group.
Spending an extra £82m a year on top of existing commitments will be key to ending rough sleeping by 2024, says the Kerslake Commission.
A rolling charging programme can be an important aspect of a strategic approach to managing risk, writes Jessica Church.