Building sustainable homes and communities
Supporting home builders and their supply chains to meet the challenging sustainability targets set by the UK government and to #BuildBackBetter.
The UK needs to build 300,000 homes each year, with improved levels of efficiency, quality and sustainability. The role of the supply chain in delivering this has never been more critical.
High priority sustainability challenges for the homes market include:
- Net zero carbon and zero carbon homes
- Future Homes Standard
- Zero waste and circular economy
- Modern slavery
- Biodiversity net gain
- Social value
- Fairness inclusion and respect/ Equality diversity and inclusion
It can be difficult to understand all these issues, and knowing where to focus efforts can be challenging. Find out more about each topic, and the role of the supply chain in helping homebuilders address these challenges.
The value of membership
Hear from current members about how the School’s assessments and resources have brought real business benefits.
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“Suppliers and contractors who embrace the concept of sustainability and make use of the Homes School will not only improve the efficiency of their own business, but it should also increase their chances of winning work in the future. ”Rob Worboys, Central Procurement Manager, Lovell
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