National Housing Group, Stephen Wasserman, Gill Arupke, chief executive of housing provider Social Interest Group, and two tenants from NHG’s project Alperton, London spoke to Inside Housing on “What changes does the sector need to make to offer high-quality housing to homeless people?”.
In this episode, they discuss the topic of kinetic energy and Pavegen: what it is, the benefits and challenges of kinetic energy, how you can capture this energy and the uses and how it can be used for environmental, social and corporate governance.
Laurence tells The Green Initiative about kinetic energy and how the Pavegen floor tiles create a unique connection to people through the power of a footstep; each step over the tiles can be converted into 2-5 joules of off-grid energy.
Welcome to the Green Initiative, a podcast. In the first-ever episode of The Green Initiative podcast, Daniella Jervis talks to Paul Hutchens, a renewable energy expert and CEO of Eco2Solar about solar panels.
Nicholas Arthur has joined National Housing Group (NHG) as its new director of partnerships. He has over 20 years experience in the housing sector from managing and leading housing regeneration to community investment, safety and anti-social behaviour. As well having extensive knowledge of housing policy and law, management and asset strategy he also understands and seeks solutions to homelessness. He has successfully managed and led various projects, delivering strategies and operational processes for housing associations, homeless organisations and local authorities.
Specialist business property adviser, Christie & Co, has announced the sale of Faringdon Lodge in Romford, Essex, to National Housing Group. Faringdon Lodge is a closed