Major housing association Jigsaw Homes has published its second annual ESG report aligned with the Social Housing Sustainability Reporting Standard (SRS).
The 35,000-home landlord, which operates in the North West and East Midlands, is one of the larger social landlords to have adopted the Standard so far.
Paul Chisnell, Executive Director of Finance at Jigsaw Homes Group said: “We know from our Jigsaw Conversation consultation work that issues around our environmental and social impact are of utmost importance to our board, employees, residents and stakeholders alike. This is our second published ESG report, which sets out how we have performed and continue to improve in these areas as well as maintaining our strong G1/V1 rating.
“As an early adopter of the standard, we hope to contribute to the improvement of transparency and consistency of ESG reporting across the social housing sector as a whole.”
Brendan Sarsfield, Chair of Sustainability for Housing, said: “SfH congratulates Jigsaw on its second ESG report.
“It is encouraging to see that Jigsaw has recognised the benefit of reporting to all of its stakeholders, including residents.”