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Recovering nature

Whilst the cost of living has never been higher, we are bearing the environmental costs of a planet taken for granted.

We are aiming to deliver and manage quality, net zero carbon homes that improve access to nature and are built for the future.

We are now designing all of the new homes we build to be fossil fuel free and are ensuring high standards of energy efficiency in any new home we complete by 2025.

This is part of our plan to become a net zero carbon organisation by 2050.

Cutting out carbon

Shrinking our carbon footprint is not only good for the planet, it’s also good for our residents.

Having more energy efficient homes means big savings on bills.

We’re not using fossil fuel heating systems in any of our new developments from 2025.

We’re procuring green electricity where we can, and we're reducing our embodied carbon.

Energy and carbon
Solar panels on home roof

Reducing our use of resources

We’re committed to support the move to a circular economy, and to reducing our use of resources whilst delivering more, high quality housing for those who need it most.

Resources and materials
Roof wood paneling

Prioritising nature

We’re committed to ensuring that our developments will result in biodiversity net gain. They will be places where both people and nature thrive.

Biodiversity and nature
Green fields

Making a difference

See how we are performing against our sustainability targets and our priorities.
Read our report
Clarion residents planting in communal garden