ROCC at forefront of digital revolution in housing
As we approach the next decade, technology will be even more so at the forefront of social landlord’s thinking when developing sustainable new homes as well as maintaining their existing stock.
ROCC joined seventeen of the biggest housing associations at the Homes For the North Conference last week, with providers coming together to tackle the housing crisis across the North of England. Homes For the North’s mission is to collectively build more than 70,000 new homes over the next few years.
Technology is central to these new developments. Lord Bob Kerslake Chairs the UK2070 Commission, which reviews the long-term sustainability of housing as part of city and regional development. At the Conference, Lord Kerslake called for a digital revolution, in terms of technological infrastructure for new developments across the country, with the aim of making homes fit-for-the-future.
19th of November 2019Posted Thursday, November 14th, 2019 by Meeta Patel
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