NetZero Collective secures two-year retrofit contract with leading supported housing provider

NetZero Collective has been awarded a multi-year contract to provide retrofit services to one of the country’s leading supported housing providers, Golden Lane Housing.

Marking a brand-new partnership for NetZero Collective, the project will see the improvement of 75 homes in both the North West and South West regions.

Commencing this summer, the £140,000 project will take place over two years and will incorporate retrofit advice, assessment and coordination and post-installation evaluation.

NetZero Collective secured the contract following a mini competition run via Procure Plus.

Golden Lane is an expert provider of supported housing for people with a learning disability or autistic people.

NetZero Collective is working in close partnership with the organisation’s communications team to ensure tenants are fully informed about the plans including via materials in accessible formats.

The team are experts in decarbonising buildings and are known for their work supporting social landlords to make their homes net zero. Their surveys use cutting-edge technologies and industry best practices to identify ways to reduce emissions and make buildings more energy efficient.

Neil Waite, Managing Director of NetZero Collective, said; “It’s a pleasure to be able to support Golden Lane Housing and their communities in their journey to net zero.

“We are proud to be at the forefront of sustainable solutions and it’s positive to be embarking on a new partnership.”

Keith Henderson, Head of Assets at Golden Lane Housing who is leading on the project says: “With the impact of rising energy prices on UK households, Golden Lane Housing is committed to supporting our tenants through the cost-of-living crisis.

“One of the ways we’re doing this is through improving the environmental performance of our tenants’ homes to make them more fuel efficient and in turn help tenants with saving money on their energy bills.”

Together with low-carbon energy specialists and academic research partners including the University of Southampton, NetZero Collective is supporting landlords across the UK to produce evidence-based decarbonisation plans, aligned to PAS2035 and PAS2038.