Levelling up is a condition for a nation’s wellbeing and is key to building sustainable communities for the future. RITTERWALD directors Austen Reid and Ad Hereijgers provide tips on how levelling up can work to create sustainable urban regeneration.
Leading property group becomes first in UK to align ESG reporting with European sustainability certification
Places for People has become the first UK placemaking and property company to align its environmental, social and governance (ESG) reporting with the Certified Sustainable Housing Label.
As part of an explanatory online video series #BuildingCommunities about forward-thinking social and affordable housing initiatives, RITTERWALD showcases the impact of its Certified Sustainable Housing Label (CSHL).
Approved Housing Bodies are key to growth of social housing sector in Ireland
Across Europe, social housing is being delivered and operated in a highly regulatory environment. Although smaller in tenure than homeownership, social housing is regarded as a professional risk- adjusted asset class that attracts private ESG investors.
Sustainability Reporting in the Housing Industry
Sustainability is the most important megatrend of our times, which also makes it the top subject on the agenda for the real estate industry. RITTERWALD took a closer look at the sustainability reports published by the top 50 companies in the German housing sector.
RITTERWALD becomes a PATRIZIA Foundation “partner for better futures”
In return for its commitment as part of the sponsor circle, the PATRIZIA Foundation has rewarded RITTERWALD with its "partner for better futures" seal of approval for its loyal and reliable support.
UK bond aggregator MORhomes launches Sustainable Bond Framework with accredited ESG Credentials for its borrowers
MORhomes, a financial borrowing vehicle accessing the capital markets on behalf of housing associations, has launched its Sustainable Bond Framework. This Framework includes the innovative new Sustainable Housing Assessment (SHA), designed by RITTERWALD. The framework aligns to the UK social housing sector reporting standard.