Retrofitting UK’s historic estate could add £35bn to economy each year
Improving the energy efficiency of historic properties could reduce carbon emissions from the UK’s buildings by an estimated 5% each year and generate £35bn of output in the economy, while making homes warmer and cheaper to run, according to a report by the National Trust, Peabody, Historic England, The Crown Estate and Grosvenor.
What a sustainable city charter demands from real estate
Decarbonisation isn’t easy at the best of times. When the goal is to decarbonise a city like Westminster, with 11,000 listed buildings and some of the UK’s most recognisable shops, restaurants and theatres, a systematic approach is necessary.