This follows 2021 King’s College audit of predecessor - Cheyne Social Property Impact - which was hailed for setting "a new standard of what should be possible".
The Good Economy has partnered with Cheyne to design an impact measurement and management methodology that can be used on an ongoing basis to assess the strategy’s success in achieving its objectives and enacting real, positive change. The important findings of this first report included that Cheyne Impact Real Estate:
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- “Embodies a best-in-class approach to increasing and accelerating the supply of affordable homes. It has done so without taking on grants or buying section 106 housing that would have found an alternative buyer and would not deliver the same impact.”
- “Homes are of a good quality, particularly the new-build homes. These are being built to meet external certification of above-average sustainability standards.”
- “Ensures that its mixed tenure schemes are ‘tenure-blind’ with no differences in the quality of design or customer service between private and affordable housing.”
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