Join our Green Panel

Join our Green Panel
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Are you interested in sustainability and helping us to make our homes more energy-efficient?

We're delighted to be working with two other Hertfordshire-based housing associations, B3Living and settle,   to make our homes more energy-efficient – and you can help us to shape this project! 

We need to get to a point where our homes are net-zero carbon, so we've come together as the Greener Herts partnership to explore ways to cut our carbon footprint, make our homes more sustainable and reduce the impact of new homes that we build. Take a look at our brand new Greener Herts website for information about ongoing projects with our partners and our exciting plans for the future. 

We are looking for tenants and leaseholders who are interested in sustainability – and passionate about making a difference – to join our 'Green Panel'. The panel will be made up of residents from across the three housing associations and will influence the work we do, reviewing proposed projects and suggesting ideas for how we could work towards our net-zero goal.

You will help us to answer key questions, such as:

  • Which technologies should we invest in?
  • How do we upgrade our homes without causing lots of disruption to the people who live in them?
  • What’s the best type of heating system for residents and the environment? 

It will be a chance to meet like-minded people and to learn more about sustainability, so this is a great opportunity to get involved if you are passionate about the subject, or maybe even planning a career in the growing sustainability sector.

You will be able to get involved in ways that are convenient for you, and your involvement in this vital area will impact on what we do both now and in the future! 

Please email us at community@wcht.org.uk if you interested or would like to find out more – we’d love to hear from you.


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