Property Tectonics provided software, project management support, technical monitoring, mandatory Chartered Surveyors Reports and consultant advice on hard-to-treat properties being funded by one of the UK’s leading largest power and gas companies, E.ON.
Apart from the housing sector, the energy market is THE most significant for the company, which is also relevant to the commercial sector as well as to housing. Property Tectonics’ Lifespan software is government approved to enable domestic and commercial energy certificates (EPCs) to be produced and is in partnership with Sterling Accreditation which regulates both individual domestic and commercial energy assessors. Property Tectonics, in partnership with the BRE and backed by the Welsh Assembly, were instrumental in piloting the biggest environmental assessment of existing homes in the UK. The pilot scheme was part-funded by the Welsh Assembly’s Best Practice Programme and measured the environmental performance of over 30,000 existing properties operated by two of South Wales’ largest association consortiums Devco and GENus. The project established the methodology of measuring sustainability which was incorporated into the Welsh Housing Quality Standard providing a benchmark across Wales’ social housing sector. Property Tectonics provided its sustainability and energy expertise together with state-of-the-art software solutions to collect data and then store, manage and report on the data using Lifespan Carbon in Homes
Property Tectonics provided software, project management support, technical monitoring, mandatory Chartered Surveyors Reports and consultant advice on hard-to-treat properties being funded by one of the UK’s leading largest power and gas companies, E.ON under ECO. The ECO-funded project formed part of Arbed 2 European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) which was a flagship Welsh Government project aimed at tackling fuel poverty. Housing Association and long-time Lifespan Housing AMS (Asset Management System) customer, Melin Homes, was the scheme manager for the £27 million Welsh Government initiative.