Putting place at the heart of net zero
Reaching net zero is an imperative that isn’t going away any time soon. With zero-carbon targets for public organisations sharpening the focus on what needs to be achieved by 2050, it’s clear we need to transform the way we build, heat and use our homes, offices and public buildings.
As a result, many local authorities are considering how they can create greener communities. On the one hand, they’re looking at how they can decarbonise their property portfolio, even if that means retrofitting entire buildings and estates to make them energy-efficient. On the other, they’re looking at how they can inform, educate and empower their residents to adapt the way they live .
We can support you with your decarbonisation plans, whatever stage you’re at, with our experienced property specialists, data analysts and funding expertise. Take a look below at our insights, videos and other useful resources designed to help you with reducing your carbon footprint.
In numbers: Capita and the decarbonisation agenda
funding secured to optimise the public estate
How we help
Carbon neutrality in public places
Decarbonising public sector buildings to help achieve net zero
Supporting your property asset decarbonisation
Public sector bodies have been given zero-carbon targets to help reach net zero by 2050. But with some 300,000 public properties contributing 3% of all carbon emissions in the UK, in many cases this will mean retrofitting whole buildings - even estates - to ensure they’re energy-efficient. Such scale of work requires additional expertise, skills and resource capacity.
Our experienced property specialists can help, providing advice, planning and business case submission on energy efficiency measures across your buildings and social housing. We work side by side with your teams, applying advanced data analytics skills and funding knowledge alongside construction and building surveying expertise to deliver the best value to you.