Category: Parity News

Practical Steps to EESSH Compliance On Wednesday 27th May, Parity Projects and Keepmoat jointly hosted an event at The Lighthouse, Glasgow to explore with representatives from 40 social landlords the current understanding and progress towards meeting the Energy Efficiency Standard...
Over the last couple of days we’ve finally had the chance to tally up the number of houses we’ve analysed through our CROHM stock assessment service for social housing, local authorities and private landlords, and it turns out that without realising...
Today we’ve seen the news emerge that the long-awaited regulations imposing minimum standards for private rented homes have been laid in parliament. The regulations are much as expected, specifying that homes will need to meet a minimum energy performance of...
This weekend, our Managing Director Russell Smith appeared on Debbie Hyde’s show on It’s All Good Radio, offering listeners advice on how to take control of their bills by using less and wasting less energy. To listen to the show, follow...
Our CROHM stock assessment service has been featured in the National Housing Federation‘s new briefing for social housing providers “Business Planning for Energy Efficiency and Renewables”. The briefing – developed in collaboration with us, Sustainable Homes and the Carbon Savings...
Today we can announce that our demo house, Hope Villa, has been short-listed for the Energy Efficient Building Project of the Year award as part of the Energy Awards 2014. The house, which is owned by Parity’s Commercial Director, Chris Newman,...
This morning DECC has published its consultation on proposed minimum energy performance standards for domestic and non-domestic privately rented properties. We’ve already worked with a number of private landlords, as well as undertaking some research for the UK-GBC and WWF,...