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Environmental, social and governance (ESG) reporting is seen as a tool to attract investors to social housing. But a key audience for these reports should be tenants, argues SfH board member Fayann Simpson.

Major funders and leaders from the social housing sector gathered in Edinburgh this week to discuss how ESG investing can help achieve net zero while addressing the housing crisis

In its first year, the SRS has been adopted by landlords whose combined stock is more than 1.5m homes

How the SRS works from an investor perspective. By Craig MacDonald, global head of fixed income at Abrdn, and SfH board member

Environmental, social and governance metrics will soon be an essential part of raising finance for housing associations – it is time to get on board, writes Brendan Sarsfield

Outgoing Peabody chief executive Brendan Sarsfield has been appointed chair of the new Sustainability for Housing (SfH) board.

More than 70 investors and housing associations have become early adopters of an industry-led sustainability reporting standard designed to unlock private and institutional investment