sustainable & affordable housing
“Affordable homes equate to sustainable impact in the broadest sense.”
Buildings are one of the largest - and least known - contributors to climate change, accounting for a significant portion of global energy use and emissions.²
The technology and know-how to make sustainable and affordable housing a reality exists.
The market opportunity
Sustainable and affordable housing offers a $420bn annual investment opportunity,⁸ ⁹ driven by rising consumer demand.
Our systems-based investment approach accounts for all aspects of sustainable and affordable housing, from sustainable and climate-resilient construction, to utility efficiency and community living.
Drashta unlocks access to game-changing solutions.
Innovative and inclusive development and bridging loans, assessing applicants on the sustainability and social impact proposition of the property.
A leading technology player that uses 3D printing to simplify, expedite, and make affordable house building.
Smart emissions tracking
A company committed to reducing emissions by helping people track their energy consumption and make better choices.
Investing in Sustainable & Affordable housing contributes towards 8 of the Sustainable Development Goals:
Affordable housing reduces homelessness, a stark form of poverty.
By providing people a chance to live in safe, closed homes, affordable and sustainable housing helps reduce the risk of diseases and improve wellbeing.
Sustainable housing maximises the use of natural light and air to reduce dependency on external heating and cooling. This helps relieve pressure on increasingly stressed energy supplies.
Affordable sustainable housing requires investments in new building equipment and technologies that promote longevity and resilience to climate change.
Safe, reliable and affordable housing provides dignity to residents and helps address inequalities exacerbated by lack of adequate shelter.
Sustainable, affordable housing can foster a sense of community and reduce cities’ usage of fossil fuels and water.
Reducing raw materials and promoting shared resources helps make residents responsible consumers.
Sustainable housing helps reduce carbon emissions by promoting use of natural materials, encouraging recycling, and bringing together the neighbourhood to focus on local, community based living.