Weather already has a financial impact on social housing that we can measure. Direct impacts such as building damage from flooding, and indirect impacts, such as damage to residents’ health from stress or extreme temperatures, are here to stay, and they are set to increase as a result of climate change. Adaptation will be a ‘must do’ so combining it early with other works is a saving not just for society but also for Registered Social Landlords (RSLs).


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A guide for Registered Social Landlords - The Business Case: Incorporating Adaptation Measures in Retrofits

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