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Over the past three years, ESG reporting has become more established among housing associations. Landlords must now be ready to respond to an evolving set of challenges, writes Brendan Sarsfield

David Averre, Head of Credit Analysis at Insight Investment Management discusses the importance of ESG reporting in his work

Environmental, social and governance reporting is becoming a prerequisite in the finance world, and housing associations must understand the long-term implications for the sector, says Chris Yau

To some, sustainability reporting can seem daunting and arduous, but this must be balanced against the dual benefit to tenants and investors, argues Robert Hall, board member of Sustainability for Housing.

Martin Hurst, SfH board member, explains why housing associations should look to the Sustainability Reporting Standard for consistent, reliable benchmarking

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.

The SRS has the potential to put social housing on a path to deliver decarbonisation and building improvements, says Chris Yau of Lloyds Bank

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