On 3rd December, Future of London, in partnership with EDF Energy, is launching our latest report: Engaging Private Landlords in Energy Efficiency. More details on the launch event are available here, and you can follow the event on Twitter with #PRSenergy and @futureofldn. Presentations and a write-up of the event … Read more
As part of Future of London’s research programme on how the public sector can engage private landlords in energy efficiency, this post considers the spatial shifts in London’s private rented sector (PRS), and the effect of its rapid growth on housing standards. The private rented sector in London has increased significantly during … Read more
On 2nd October, we held the first of two seminars on engaging private landlords in energy efficiency, exploring incentives, barriers and communication.
Supported by EDF Energy, this research project focuses on how boroughs can engage with landlords to improve PRS housing.
This May, we’re partnering with UCL’s Grand Challenge of Sustainable Cities for three panel discussions focused on non-domestic retrofit.
Local authorities face a complex landscape of properties, funding mechanisms and providers to navigate to delivery energy efficiency, with the added pressure of limited time to act – our latest event explored how they can get value for money from ECO while it remains.