Grosvenor, Peabody, Historic England, The National Trust and The Crown Estate have collaborated in research that highlights the skills and training challenges that will be needed to ensure the UK’s historic buildings contribute to a net zero future.
They have commissioned research, and shared insights, to help identify how businesses, industry, and Government can unlock this shared opportunity. Their research has identified a need for 205,000 workers to focus solely on retrofitting historic buildings every year from now until 2050 to meet the UK’s net zero targets. This is more than double the number of workers estimated currently to have the necessary skills.
You can download the full report here: https://www.grosvenor.com/HeritageAndCarbon