By 2020, all your homes will be required to meet the Energy Efficiency Standard for Social Housing (EESSH). Have you developed your plan, delivery strategy and funding?
For many landlords, what to do to meet their EESSH obligations remains something of a mystery – even though the first year’s report is due in a few weeks’ time. To help, we and our partners Keepmoat are running a free event focussed on the practical steps required to develop a long-term EESSH compliance plan, and how to design and deliver retrofit programmes that bring your homes up to the required standard.
Here at Parity Projects we have many years’ experience of helping social landlords develop strategies to improve the energy performance of their homes, having undertaken CROHM assessments covering over one million homes. Likewise, Keepmoat have helped to fund and deliver effective, high-quality retrofit programmes to may thousands of social properties all across the UK.
The event is free to attend, and are open exclusively to social landlords. The confirmed sessions and speakers include:
- EESSH Update – Jonathan Grant, Head of Housing Standards, Scottish Government
- Creating and EESSH Strategy – Russell Smith, Managing Director, Parity Projects
- Funding and Delivering EESSH Measures – Nigel Banks, Group Sustainability Director, Keepmoat
- Getting Ready for EESSH, a Case Study – David Adam, Director of Housing and Property Services, Linstone Housing
We are also hoping to be joined for a panel Q&A session at the event by representatives of the Scottish Federation of Housing Associations, and the Scottish Housing regulator (TBC). The event will be held at The Lighthouse, Glasgow, 13.00-17.00, Wednesday 27th May
PLEASE NOTE: Bookings from commercial organisations will not be accepted. If you’re unsure, please contact Richard Griffiths.