Council enforcement is on the rise and is continuing to receive a lot of attention in the media. For example, BBC recently published a story around Leicester’s new selective licensing scheme that has been introduced to protect vulnerable people and improve standards of housing. At Kamma, we understand that property licensing is complex, inconsistent, and […]
On Friday the 28th of January 2022, Kamma was invited to speak at Sky News’ Daily Climate Show to discuss our energy efficiency analysis of the UK housing sector. In January, we launched Property Zero: The path to carbon neutrality for UK homes, an interactive data site displaying how a lack of energy efficiency measures […]
Why have we launched this site? We believe that Net Zero can be made possible through both public and private sector financing. We believe that improving energy efficiency and decentralising electricity allows individuals to keep their bills low. We believe that a path to Property Zero: carbon neutrality for UK housing is possible by 2050. […]
On the 24th of February Kamma hosted a webinar for mortgage lenders and housing providers covering topic including: The Path to Net Zero (or as we like to call it – Property Zero) for UK Homes New regulatory responsibilities and risks for large portfolio owners Cost-effective ways to support tenants to reduce heating bills […]
Regular news, information and insights from Kamma. No spam. Unsubscribe at any time.
Sign me up!
Sorry, we really want to but we couldn't subscribe you due to missing or incorrect information; please update the information that's highlighted in red and try again.
Well this is awkward. Something went wrong on the internet between your browser and our newletter subscription service. Please let us know and we'll do our best to fix it for you.
Thanks for subscribing! Check your Inbox in a short while for a confirmation email to check it was really you that just subscribed. If you've already subscribed, we'll keep your subscription but you won't receive a confirmation email this time.