By Julie Thompson, Head of Tenant Liaison, Assisted Living Project
Equans is delighted to have completed work on the Murdishaw retrofit scheme in Runcorn, which has seen the completion of 528 energy efficiency measures to 132 properties, transforming them in both appearance and energy performance.
For the first time, local data on the estimated need for retrofitting skills to deliver Net Zero for England’s historic buildings has been made available by Historic England.
Manchester City Council ordered to pay over £5,000 after ‘unhabitable home’ given to family
By Clare Miller, Chief Executive of Clarion Housing Group
David Levenson, “The High Performing Boardroom Coach”
David Levenson, the High Performing Boardroom Coach, writes about BOARD MEASURES, a different way to measure the effectiveness of a board.
The last 12 months has been a significant year for northern housing association Karbon Homes, an organisation which owns and manages around 32,000 homes across the North East of England and Yorkshire.
There was so much happening at Housing 2023, that it was impossible to attend all the talks and discussions. But two I did attend, I thought struck a chord with those immersed in the social housing sector.
In 1973 a group of residents were under threat from developers who wanted to flatten Piccadilly, Covent Gardens and Soho to build concrete roads and office towers. This was based upon a plan from the academic Patrick Abercrombie, who after the second world war had advised the government on how to rebuild London via his Great London Plan.