Develop PAS 2035/Retrofit Competencies in house

Future government funding for retrofit programmes will likely stipulate a requirement for Social Housing Providers to adopt the PAS 2035 framework when undertaking retrofit projects.

This requirement would automatically trigger the need for a TrustMark Approved Retrofit Coordinator (alongside other retrofit professionals), who would manage the end-to-end delivery of those projects.

Social Housing Providers can however, choose to adopt retrofit competencies in house, which would result in better control of their retrofit projects and a reduced reliance on third parties. This can be achieved through industry training and membership which is detailed below.

The Retrofit Coordinator

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The Retrofit Coordinator is a mandatory role which is required to manage all retrofit projects delivered through the PAS 2035 framework.

The Retrofit Coordinator is, for all intents and purposes, a project manager who is responsible for overseeing the other retrofit stakeholders, and the development of a retrofit plan

Main Responsibilities

Training

Membership

The Retrofit Assessor

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Dwellings which require retrofit work will first need to be assessed by a Retrofit Assessor. These assessors play an important role in the PAS 2035 process as they collect and provide property data/information which Retrofit Coordinators can use to develop a retrofit plan.

Main Responsibilities

Training

Membership

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