Sep 20, 2018 Last Updated 8:58 AM, Sep 17, 2018
It’s no secret that having a diverse workforce benefits businesses in a myriad of different ways. In the public sector specifically, diversity allows organisations to better understand the wants and needs of customers, and in social housing, ensure buildings and communities are constructed in a…
Upgraded ceiling and floor systems are a great way to improve acoustic performance – particularly when it comes to social housing developments of multi-tenant occupancy. Here British Gypsum Residential Sector Manager, Sarah White, explains how, through intelligent design, Building Regulations can be exceeded with little…
Centrepoint has recently published a report on youth homelessness in the UK which suggests that there is a much higher level of underlying youth homelessness than official figures indicate – with an estimated 86,000 young people suffering from homelessness, writes Kane Kirkbride, Partner at law…
With Britain still in austerity, public sector bodies face increasingly difficult times, both financially and operationally. Despite funding gaps getting larger, the demand for new schools, hospitals and leisure facilities continues to grow. Robbie Blackhurst, Managing Director of Procure North West, discusses how the private…
Here Alan Davison, Building Surveying Senior Partner at Pellings, weighs up the pros and cons of each consultancy framework option for the best results.
Here, Stuart Hicks from cold-applied liquid waterproofing specialist, Kemper System, explains the challenges and solutions during the renovation of a social housing development in Scotland.
In a bid to solve the ongoing housing crisis, the Government last year released a Housing White Paper. By encouraging the creation of new builds, the White Paper was proposed in order to tackle underlying issues in the property market such as the lack of…
Recent changes to social housing legislation are having a negative impact on the bottom line for social housing providers. The recent legislation enforcing landlords to cut their rents by 1% per year will be felt once again in April, and each consecutive April until 2020.
“The architecture community has lost a giant. Neave was a pioneer: he showed us how intellectual rigour, sensitive urbanism, his supreme design skill and determination could deliver wellbeing to the local community he served so well in Camden,” – RIBA President, Ben Derbyshire.

Creating stronger communities

  • Sep 20, 2018
  • Published in Housing
With over 55,000 homes, Peabody is one of the largest housing providers in London and the South East. It delivers services to 111,000 residents, 8000 care and support customers and the wider communities in which it works.

Most Read

Sidey is a finalist in the Scottish…

12 Sep 2018 Doors, Windows, Facades & Balustrades

Remmers showcase at W18/Elements Ex…

12 Sep 2018 Doors, Windows, Facades & Balustrades

Stop energy loss at the door

12 Sep 2018 HVAC/HVP

Find us on Facebook