The average UK household emits 2.7 tonnes of CO2 every year from heating their home.

James Caspell is the Neighbourhood Director, of the Lancaster West Neighbourhood Team in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. He has over 20 years of experience in the social housing sector and currently is helping co-design the refurbishment of 800 homes at Lancaster West following the Grenfell Tower tragedy.

In this video, James discusses engaging with tenants in developing strategies to reduce greenhouse emissions across the neighbourhood. He highlights the importance of maintaining their trust whilst transitioning to lower emission options, helping the neighbourhood become carbon neutral by 2030.

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For the UK Government to reach the target of net zero by 2050, the energy efficiency of homes needs to be improved as the average UK household emits 2.7 tonnes of CO2 every year from heating their homes alone. James Caspell, Neighbourhood Director of Lancaster West Neighbourhood team, Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea discusses engaging with tenants to co-design energy-efficient strategies to reduce emissions in the neighbourhood.

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