Environmentally Sustainable Maintenance and Housing Associations – Summary

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This study investigated the potential for a more sustainable approach by Housing Associations (Registered Social Landlords – RSLs) to their maintenance programmes. It was developed following requests by housing associations to Sust. to produce more guidance and training on sustainability issues for maintenance staff, and was designed to provide the information upon which those programmes could be developed. 26 RSLs were interviewed across Scotland.

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