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Who am I, why did I get involved with Intersectional Sigma Placed-Based Aging (ISPA) and why I need your help!
The UK government has set targets to reduce carbon emissions to net zero by 2050. Changes to buildings will play an important part in meeting these targets, particularly through moves to low carbon heating systems. This will involve both making changes to existing homes and building new low carbon homes. One type of low carbon homes are ‘Active Homes’, which are highly energy efficient, and can produce and store renewable energy. Because of this, Active Home developers are hopeful that these homes may also be able to address fuel poverty, and improve resident health and wellbeing, as well as address decarbonisation goals. To understand whether Active Homes can deliver these benefits, it is important to hear from the people who live in them.
The Welsh Government is looking to consult with a broad range of residents (both tenants and leaseholders) to support policy development on proposals for Safer Buildings in Wales
Tenant scrutiny is such an important element to effective performance in Housing Associations and Local Authorities. More and more we are hearing how tenants need to be at the heart of the services being delivered. But how do we ensure that the wider tenant body; those that are usually unheard are no longer faced with those challenges. Read our brand-new Guest Blog from Sovereign Housing Association in England to find out how they encourage diversity in scrutiny.
TPAS Cymru’s Tenant Networks
Our response to the 2023 Autumn Statement proposed reforms
Sad news regarding a former colleague Gail Lewis
Akshita Joins TPAS Cymru as Net Zero Engagement Officer
The 3rd All-Wales Annual Tenant Survey
Youth engagement in social housing – unlocking the potential
Rents: getting communications & transparency right for tenants
Floored – implementation of WHQS2023 Staff Network
Tenants Network – 2023 – your highlights
North Wales Private Tenant Forum January 2024