Category: Parity News

This week the Labour Party has published its plan for improving the UK’s housing stock, cutting carbon emissions by 10%, preventing 1,500 early deaths and reducing energy bills for low income households. This plan used research based on Parity Projects’ housing stock...
The Home Front in the Climate Emergency  This week Parliament has declared a Climate Emergency, the Committee on Climate Change has reassessed the UK’s carbon targets down to net zero, and Greenpeace has recommended that all UK buildings are zero...
Today’s report from the Committee on Climate Change (CCC) finds that today’s homes are unfit for the challenges of the 21st century. It could not be clearer: We cannot meet our climate objectives without a major improvement in UK housing. We will...
BEIS aims to consult on a market framework for heat networks this summer, following its response to the Competition and Markets Authority’s Market Study and the Industry Heat Network Task Force report Shared Warmth. This week the Heat Networks Investment Project (HNIP) has opened...
This week, Alex Rostron of Rutlish School in Wimbledon spent the week with us to experience first hand how we are trying to improve the performance of homes across the country. We asked him to summarise some of the things...
Today the National Infrastructure Commission published the first-ever assessment of the United Kingdom’s economic infrastructure needs up to 2050. More than measures The Commission has identified the need for 21,000 improvements to lofts, walls and floors every week between now and...
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Your home and garden support a vast array of animals, but construction/renovating/modifying houses can have a negative effect on different types of wildlife in Britain. But there are changes you can make to give wildlife a home in your house...