The Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015 or ‘CDM 2015’ aim to improve health and safety in the industry by helping all stakeholders in a project to: sensibly plan the work so the risks involved are managed from start to finish have the right people for the right job at the right time cooperate and […]
If you are looking for a way to improve the energy efficiency of your worst performing stock then you might turn to your EPC certificate for recommendations. However, Parity have shown impressive savings can be made by using the minimum SAP analysis as part of the CROHM (Carbon Reduction Options for Housing Managers) stock assessment […]
Over the last couple of days we’ve finally had the chance to tally up the number of houses we’ve analysed through our CROHM stock assessment service for social housing, local authorities and private landlords, and it turns out that without realising we’ve passed the one million homes milestone! To mark that achievement, we’ve interviewed our Technical […]
Our latest chart from January figures published by DECC and Ofgem with a bit or commentary above each. These charts all show absolute values for the month and are not cumulative. Green Deal Assessments The number of Green Deal Assessments was down again on November – and quite a lot. This could be due to […]
Our first calender year of bills and commentary on how we are doing.
Our latest chart from December figures published by DECC and Ofgem with a bit or commentary above each. There are some interesting points to note.
Our Carbon Reduction Options for Housing Managers (CROHM) retrofit stock assessment service is unusual in that it uses clients’ specific housing data to inform the analysis, as opposed to generic archetype-based information. This approach provides higher resolution and greater accuracy to the recommendations we are able to make. But what happens if clients come to […]
Some back of the envelope calculations to work out the scale of the problem…just over 21% of our 22million dwellings were built before 1919. Obviously quite few houses up until around 1930 also had sash windows, but then quite a few before did not and many have had them replace. If we guess at 9 […]
Our latest chart from November figures published by DECC and Ofgem with a bit more commentary above each. These charts all show absolute values for the month and are not cumulative. The number of Green Deal Assessments were up in October and were the highest month yet. There still isn’t a massive number coming through […]