Two years funded project with Incommunities
The University of Bradford is collaborating with Incommunities ltd to start a two year funded project.
Incommunities ltd, the largest Social Landlord in Bradford with 22,500 properties provides affordable, high quality homes in and around the Bradford area. The collaborative project, which has been awarded a grant of over £120,000, hopes to support and sustain Incommunities’ positive, community led work.
The Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) project titled: “Bespoke decision supply chain engagement, customer satisfaction and deliver sectorial customer change” will provide tools and techniques at operational, middle management and senior management level that will allow Incommunities, a social landlord, to make optimal long term decisions in meeting sustainable affordable housing needs.
With the climate of the economic world ever-changing in our modern society, it is important to have a decision support system that will allow Incommunities cost savings and reduce waste, water use, resources and emissions, but also deliver customer satisfaction, quality of life and organisational cultural change long term.