Part 2 – Resident Acquisition and retention
What makes a healthy home?
- A brief overview and introduction to the elements that make up a healthy environment, light/air/acoustics, etc.
- What is required – what is beyond compliance – opportunities and risks etc.
Elevating the indoor environment
- With increasing demand being placed on our homes and time spent in them, how do we ensure they provide the quality people are looking for in a home
- The potential of the home must be effectively promoted to showcase its true value as a space that transcends mere functionality.
- Maximising investor return means reducing (or removing) inequality in the quality and health of the environments within a single development. E.g. apartments on lower floors with poor daylighting as a result of overshadowing, apartments on one side overlooking a busy road/railway.
Homes for living healthily
- Healthy for People + Planet (healthy + sustainable)
- Resilience & adaptability: Maintain performance and allow changes to flex with different life stages and external forces (energy market fluctuations, environmental conditions)
- The role of tech + data collection/feedback loops Empowering residents to use their homes efficiently.