Avenue House Launch!Join us for our Avenue House launch on Saturday 18th May 2019 between 11am and 4pm
Sustainability matters to NU living. We deliver innovative homes designed for tomorrow's lifestyles and technologies. We continue to utilise modern construction methods, which combine the best construction standards along with reducing the carbon footprint of our developments.
As a part of The Swan Group and a provider of new homes, NU living is committed to using our corporate strength to ensure that our activities help to improve quality of life for people today, whilst considering the needs of future generations.
We are developing an ethos of environmental, social and economic sustainability throughout our organisation and encouraging sustainable actions from our clients, supply chain members and community partners. To support our approach to sustainable development we make the following commitments:
Creating sustainable communities for our residents to thrive for generations to come.
Develop sustainable construction methods to future proof our homes by making them more efficient.
Practice sustainable stewardship by ensuring that we understand our impact and mitigate any negative impacts.
Tackle Climate Change and Resource Efficiency by reducing our resource consumption and making sure our homes are fit for the future
Monitor, report and reduce our carbon emissions to minimise our impact.
Swan Housing Association is accredited to ISO 14001, which recognises that we have a robust Environmental Management System. We are committed to sustainable development and recognise that we are responsible for minimising the environmental impacts that arise from the delivery of our services and activities.
Swan Housing Group has been awarded 'SILVER' in an audit conducted by SHIFT (Sustainable Homes Index for Tomorrow). The SHIFT audit is tailored specifically for housing associations and explores how the organisation actively promotes sustainability to staff and residents as well as reviewing Swan's impact on the environment and how this is being reduced.