More than ever before, today’s complex social, environmental and economic transformations and challenges require housing providers and their stakeholders to work closely together to support and further develop Responsible Housing.
Responsible housing is a form of fair and ethical housing production and management which improves the economic and social conditions of local communities. It creates a basis for social cohesion, local development and attractiveness, quality of life for tenants/residents and local actors, thus maximizing long term shared value.
Corporate social responsibility (CSR) can be a powerful tool to support this transition and help providers address current and upcoming challenges. For concrete examples of Responsible Housing and CSR implementation, visit our Toolbox and read housing providers’ CSR reports.