Supporting the homebuilding sector to deliver more sustainably
The homes sector is changing to meet critical environmental and social challenges. With legislation, consumers and investors driving these changes, there will be implications for the whole value chain to deliver projects more sustainably.
The School’s training, shaped by homebuilder client and sector needs, is designed to support your business to meet some of the high priority challenges facing the sector. Learning covers areas such as reaching net zero carbon, reducing waste on site, responding to the Future Homes Standard, delivering Biodiversity Net Gain and working with new modern slavery legislation.
Engaging in the School will help your business develop your sustainability knowledge to demonstrate your commitment to these topics, meet customer expectations, minimize risk and increase your competitive advantage.
““Of all the external schemes our organisation is partnered with the Supply Chain Sustainability School is by far the most beneficial to us ” ”Joe Mitchell, HSQE Director, Mitchellson
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Tackling Overheating in Homes
Hear from Dan Hastings, Technical Manager at Redrow, as he discusses what overheating is, what causes it, and what active measures homebuilders can currently take to mitigate overheating.