Property services business Liberty has been awarded a place on Procurement for Housing’s Decarbonisation & Retrofit Framework until 2027.
The business has been successful in Lot 1a Solar PV, Lot 2 Air-Source Heat Pump and Lot 4 Insulation, which relates to the heating and compliance and repairs and maintenance divisions of the business.
The framework, worth an estimated £225m over four years, is aimed at supporting social housing providers and local authorities reduce dependency on fossil fuels and better insulate homes. With 40% of the carbon emissions from UK homes coming from heating and hot water systems, ditching fossil fuels for good must be a key part of all decarbonisation retrofit plans.
Liberty is committed to helping clients achieve their decarbonisation goals through a range of fabric improvements and greener heating solutions.
Ray Jones, Group Managing Director at Liberty, said: “We are really excited to have been awarded a place on Procurement for Housing’s decarbonisartion and retrofit framework. Decarbonisation is on the minds of many social housing providers across the UK and Liberty’s mission is to deliver smart retrofit programmes which will not only support crucial green targets but help tackle fuel poverty by better insulating leaky homes.”
Procurement for Housing said in a statement: “We are delighted to welcome Liberty onboard our Decarbonisation & Retrofit Framework, and we look forward to working together over the course of the framework with a shared commitment to sustainability and creating a lasting positive impact on the environment.”
To learn more about the framework, visit the Procurement for Housing website here.