In early 2021 South East Consortium (SEC) began their initial programme of investigate projects with the aim of tackling three challenging topics impacting the housing sector.
SEC launched the remaining steerage doc from their Weather Problem doing the job group in March 2022. The Sustainable Households Matrix sets out a sustainable method to offering homes that are suit for the foreseeable future with residents in brain, further than Internet Zero.
The original area to deal with was aligning to a frequent target. Early on, the team citied 25+ definitions of Zero Carbon in the sector. By the end of past calendar year they experienced discovered a lot more than 72.
David Smith, Head of Enterprise Partnerships – SEC explained “2050 is truly not that considerably away so it’s going to be a race to get there. Not a 100m sprint, but no more time a marathon either. If we adhere the entire housing sector in the setting up blocks for this decarbonisation race and current 72 finish traces, what you have is chaos. This is not supportive for Registered Suppliers, the provide chain, or far more importantly all those dwelling in our houses and struggling with at any time mounting electricity charges.”
The report consists of the solution to each retrofit and new construct from the boardroom to the stop people doorstep. The matrix is effective alongside one another to ensure visitors have an understanding of the interrelated measures to achieving sustainable residences and how organisations can act and make investments at just about every phase, changing behaviours to attain far better excellent results.
The Matrix is an accumulation of a lot of several hours of collaboration in between stakeholders from throughout the network – like sector leaders, academics, consultants, contractors and colleagues from Registered Companies all passionate about tackling the weather challenge.
You can obtain a copy of the closing report in this article – Launching our Sustainable Houses Matrix – creating & preserving sustainable houses – South East Consortium