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Housing Associations

Meeting rented and low-cost home ownership demand

Demand for housing and increasing diversity in the provision of affordable homes, including market rented properties, part buy, sales and new build, are setting tough challenges for Housing Associations large and small.

A reduction in government funding and diminishing grant aid is an issue, while at the same time tenants are becoming more demanding. A potential extension of the Right to Buy to RSLs, and the effects of the Homeless Reduction Act will add yet more pressure.

Rethinking homes for people in housing need

Would like to be able to develop unwanted land or windfall sites not currently allocated to housing or too challenging using conventional build

A new approach to starter homes which are quick to build, affordable and even help you take advantage of unwanted or awkward sites, could be the answer.


Protect your tenants from fuel poverty

  • Energy neutral housing solutions with the lowest running costs possible.

  • Make an impact on housing shortages for people in real housing need.

  • Combat rising rent through innovations in design and delivery

  • Provide more affordable rent and shared ownership schemes


can make a difference

Zero-carbon, energy-neutral homes with ultra-low running costs and minimal impact to existing infrastructure and services

Affordable, high-quality urban housing for keyworkers and young people to rent or buy


A modular solution with all the benefits of off-site construction, rapid installation and minimal disruption

Designed to take advantage of land outside the development plan, including air-rights over car parks as well hard standings and difficult to develop land


Supporting your housing team

No longer just a concept, ZED PODS projects are in planning in several locations around the UK and show homes can be visited at Bromley.


View our news section to learn more.

Find out if ZED PODS homes would be suitable for your sites. 


What we’ve achieved so far

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