To develop international guidance for property appraisers, incorporating the collection and easy analysis of transparent energy data, the REVALUE project works with housing providers across Europe in identifying the relevant background information and evidence on the assumptions that valuers need to make. One of the partners in the Netherlands is the social housing provider De Alliantie. Early September, the REVALUE team will meet leadership team for asset management and sustainability to discuss data and trends.
The objectives of the meeting are to find advanced qualitative evidence to improve understanding of the relationship between energy efficiency and value beyond the energy label alone. It aims to provide advanced understanding of market trends and key stakeholders’ positions, and to assess the type of information that will enable more sophisticated assessments of energy efficiency in relation to property appraisals.
De Alliantie is a provider of social housing in and around Amsterdam, the Netherlands. With over 53,000 dwellings under management, it is one of the largest housing providers in the country. As part of its key objectives, de Alliantie builds, maintains and sells its dwellings. It aims to incorporate sustainability and value investment in its business model.