Focusing on sustainability in housing, the Green Housing Forum brings together social housing professionals – working within asset management and sustainability – to learn, share ideas and experiences, focusing on issues such as:
• Fuel poverty
• Renewable technology
• Addressing SAP requirements
• Ensuring social return for customers
• The Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI)
• Government energy efficiency targets
• The challenges and benefits of cost effective and sustainable heating to tenants and social landlords
• Future proofing housing stock
• New technology
The Green Housing Forum explores the various measures, initiatives and innovations that social landlords are introducing to ensure tenants can heat their homes, whilst still meeting targets for sustainability and CO2 reduction.
The Green Housing Forum is a series of free seminars for social housing professionals operating in asset management and sustainability roles.
Working alongside social landlords, the Green Housing Forum provides a platform for learning, sharing knowledge and best practice.
Delegates will listen to insightful presentations from a panel of experienced sustainability champions, before being invited to take part in thought-provoking debates. In addition, all attendees will have an opportunity to tackle Q & A’s in lively roundtable sessions, before discussing their findings with the panel and their peers.
Take a look at some of the previous Green Housing Forum seminars: