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MMC can help us to build better quality affordable homes more quickly

Evidence gathered by the Select Committee shows that England needs the supply of new social housing to increase by more than 12 times that amount every year to 90,000 new homes for the next 15 years.

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Perfect partnering

Can any partnership be perfect? It can be an effective and rewarding way of doing more than any one party might have done on their own.

Smarter working

Adam Cunnington shares his thoughts and insights, about the new Public Sector Plc Smarter Working Plan building on the best and most essential elements of both home and office working.

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Powerhouse perspective: Leena Gillespie

Leena Gillespie, development manager at Public Sector Plc, outlines what the initiative means to her, the benefits of devolution and the need to create more thriving places in the North of England.

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MMC can help us to build better quality affordable homes more quickly

The Housing, Communities and Local Government Select Committee concluded that there is “compelling evidence” that England needs to build at least 90,000 more homes for social rent every year.

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Better late than never

Adam Cunnington talks about the crucial role of MMC in supporting the Government housing delivery targets and explores how far we’ve really come in house design and build since the Victorian era.

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You can lead a horse to water, but a pencil must be lead! – Part 3

Thinking about reducing the carbon impact of cars and transport in my last piece also got me thinking about the de-carbonisation of the driver behind the wheel of our chosen mode of transport.

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You can lead a horse to water, but a pencil must be lead! Part 2

Building on the theme of my last blog, where I started to dip my toe in the water of moving to a low carbon economy, this piece considers how we get around.

You can lead a horse to water, but a pencil must be lead! Part 1

“What I am interested in is what we do to tackle these greenhouse gases or, more challengingly, what the impact of those measures might be on us as a society.”

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The wise man built his house upon the rock

Repurposing our high streets offers opportunities to strengthen and re-invigorate our town and city centres reflective of many of the social/economic changes that will stay after COVID-19...

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Build Back Better

Let’s Build Back Better – re-purposing towns and cities gives us an opportunity to fuel growth after COVID-19

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Kinder, or kinda?

I hear increasingly that investors are putting ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance) at the heart of their decision-making processes in terms of where they choose to invest their, or their own in

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‘For better, for worse, for richer, for poorer, in sickness and in health.’

Right now, four weeks into lockdown, we are all, for better or worse, dealing with sickness that will, inevitably, leave us individually, collectively and as a nation poorer.

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Are houses obsolete?

In bringing forward our first development of zero carbon homes in Kent, we have frequently asked why anyone would choose to invest in a new build bricks and mortar house with a gas boiler and hob.

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Working from home

In the space of a few short days the Public Sector Plc team went from being office based, to working from home.

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A life beyond the Coronavirus

In the midst of these unprecedented and difficult times, it isn’t easy to see beyond the end of the week, let alone the end of the crisis.

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Meet our CEO, Adam Cunnington

We interviewed our CEO, Adam Cunnington. Read the Q&As here


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