Section: Social Landlords

Hyde launches a new environmental, social and governance framework that will underpin its social purpose

Posted 19.03.21
Hyde: Further reading

Hyde has launched a new environmental, social and governance (ESG) framework that will underpin its social purpose, funding strategy and approach to partnerships.

The framework will help Hyde measure and manage its ESG impact, with transparency and accountability at the forefront.

HHyde's investment in an advanced ESG Framework follows on from the 2018 launch of its annual Value of a Social Tenancy report.

The report shows that good quality, well-managed social tenancies not only offer people a secure roof over their heads, but also saves the taxpayer millions of pounds in areas including education, policing and local authority expenditure.

A crucial area that Hyde's ESG impact reporting will support is the way it secures the public and private capital it requires to meet its core purpose and its ambitions - including addressing the green agenda, delivering the right homes in the right places and forging strong partnerships.

It commits to investing in sustainable housing, which not only helps to address climate change, but also supports the wellbeing of customers - both financial, through the reduction in fuel poverty and utility bills, and personal, in terms of health and quality of life.


Housing Plus - taking a look at how social landlords often go 'a step further'

Updated 08.03.21
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Housing Plus provides brief summaries of a selection of recent news from social landlords that can be described as 'in addition to landlord/tenant requirements' - often associated with the welfare of residents and others in the community.


Posted: 01.03.21
Longhurst Group: Further reading

Longhurst Group relaunches its Garden Support Fund scheme, which is designed to help its customers who are unable to maintain their garden as they would otherwise like - due to age, illness, disability or mobility issues or vulnerability.


Posted: 01.03.21
Clarion Housing Group: Further reading

Clarion Housing Group, Hadley Property Group and Brompton Bike Hire launch CYCLE 42, a new cycling initiative for Merton residents.


Posted: 02.03.21
Hyde: Further reading

Hyde's supported programme to tackle violence affecting young people receives funding from Mayor of London, which will positively impact on the lives of 3,000 young people and their families over the next three years.


Posted: 04.03.21
L&Q Group: Further reading

As the coronavirus pandemic continues to impact the UK, housing association L&Q has stepped in to support victims of domestic violence.


Posted: 05.03.21
RBH: Further reading

RBH is supporting its contractors ENGIE to deliver a pioneering virtual work experience programme for local students - COVID-19 pandemic means that on-site work experience is not currently possible.


Posted: 08.03.21
Network Homes: Further reading

Network Homes invites suggestions from its residents about what would benefit them the most when it comes to their wellbeing, with a commitment to supporting activities that are accessible and free for all.


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Updated 24.03.21

The Guinness Partnership: Paradigm Housing Group and The Guinness Partnership complete the housing sector's largest stock swap.

PA Housing: PA Housing and Accent are considering a potential partnership.


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