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Sustainable investment

Sustainable investment is key to the future growth and development of MTVH. It is an integral part of our strategy, as well as enabling us to meet government and regulator targets on Energy Performance Certificates (EPC) and zero carbon emissions.

Delivering sustainability


1. Sustainable Reporting Standards (SRS)

MTVH is an early adopter of the Sustainable Reporting Standards (SRS) developed by the ESG Social Housing Working Group (led by impact measurement and management specialist, The Good Economy). SRS are based on a set of criteria and are designed as a sector-standard approach to Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) reporting. SRS will give clarity to cross-sector performance and help support investment decisions.

We will report under these criteria for the first time in the summer of 2021.

2. Sustainability strategy and action plan

The Board has approved our first Sustainability Strategy and Action Plan, published in July 2021.

View MTVH 2030 Action Plan (PDF)

View MTVH – Our Sustainable Future 2021 (PDF)

 

3. Ritterwald Certified Sustainable Housing Certification

View Ritterwald Certified Sustainable Housing certificate (PDF)

View imug|rating certificate (PDF)

 

4. Sustainable Financing Strategy

We are proud to follow our Sustainable Financing Strategy to support raising future debt, demonstrating our commitment to sustainability and ESG. This strategy has been reviewed by imug|rating, who have provided a Second Party Opinion.

View MTVH Sustainability Financing Framework (PDF)

View imug|rating Second Party Opinion (PDF)

Sustainable homes and services

We want to work with banks, pension and insurance companies, and other investors who share our commitment to sustainability.

Ensuring that residents live in ‘safe, warm, dry’ homes in a sustainable way was recently demonstrated in December 2020 – MHT completed its first ESG Loan with BNP Paribas. This shows a clear commitment to reduce the CO2 emissions from our office estate, vehicle fleet, and the energy supply to the communal areas of our properties. Savings from meeting the targets will be reinvested with residents to alleviate fuel poverty.

Get in touch

Donald McKenzie

Director of Corporate Finance & Deputy Company Secretary
The Johnson Building, 77 Hatton Garden, London, EC1N 8JS

0203 535 4434

07738 714126

Expect to receive a response to emails within 2 working days.

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