Deadline : Friday 25th November 2022

The Centre for Social Justice is launching a call for evidence on the opportunities and challenges associated with social housing decarbonisation.

Our project will investigate how social housing decarbonisation can drive economic growth through a boom in decarbonisation employment opportunities alongside skills support to ensure new job opportunities can be filled by those who would benefit most, can provide a sustainable future for all communities, and enable social housing providers and the government to hit key Net Zero targets.

To contribute to our call for evidence please answer all relevant questions below.

The CSJ always puts frontline voices front and centre within our reports, therefore any specific examples within answers are greatly appreciated.

Who can take part in the call for evidence?

We would like to hear from social housing providers, residents, organisations working in communities that could benefit most from levelling up and anyone with expertise in social housing decarbonisation or wider industry decarbonisation, to ensure our research is as robust as possible.

In addition to any individuals and organisations with an interest in the opportunities and challenges associated with the journey to Net Zero, providing high-quality upskilling provision and/or creating sustainable futures for communities most affected by the erosion of job opportunities.

Staying in contact

Thank you for answering the questions above. Would you be willing to be contacted by our Senior Researcher on the project (Ben) to discuss your answers further?(Required)
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If you would like to find out more about the project, or have any queries about the call for evidence, please contact our Senior Researcher, Ben:

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