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What do carbon credits and offsetting mean for the social housing sector? Chris Evans, a Director at Newbridge, has put together this briefing paper to help you navigate your next steps.

For many organisations, including social housing providers, the goal is to become net-zero as quickly as possible. However, due to technological constraints, it is just not feasible to reduce enough emissions to be considered net-zero today or even lessen them at a pace which would be preferable.

Therefore, in order to speed up the net reduction of greenhouse gases, many organisations are turning their attention to other means outside of their immediate business responsibility and, as a result, the growth of alternative carbon products continues to rise.

Carbon Credits & Offsetting


Newbridge’s Partner for Regeneration and Development, will be co-chairing a panel at UKREiiF in Leeds to explore what has been accomplished so far at Meridian Water in Enfield.

Newbridge’s Regeneration and Development Team is advising Enfield Council on the procurement of a development partner to deliver up to 600 new homes at Meridian 13.

Newbridge chaired a roundtable between housing associations and three leading funders to explore the potential positive impact of SLLs in the social housing sector.