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.
Andy Burnham, Andy Street and Steve Rotheram have urged the government to continue funding Housing First pilot projects in their regions.
Thirteen, the North East’s largest social landlord, has acquired over 1,000 homes in Middlesbrough and Hull from Clarion Housing Group.
Housing providers must keep working with stakeholders and peers to tackle inequality now that lockdown has lifted, writes Martyn Hague.
The 34,000-home landlord has switched energy supplier to SSE Green which will provide “green” electricity to over 4,000 of its homes.
The “sustainable use of proceeds” deal will help 6,300-home landlord Southway Housing Trust achieve its targets across its ESG work.
Sheffield Housing Company has completed its 1,000th-ever home at its Eclipse development in the Manor area of Sheffield.
Mulbury will build up to 60 homes for affordable rent off Barnes Road in Skelmersdale for local housing association Jigsaw Homes Group.
Salford City Council has prepared a detailed application to the RSH to register Dérive RP as a registered social housing provider.
Ken Taylor, former chair of social landlord WDH, has become the new chair of Efficiency North’s charitable arm EN:Able Communities.