End Fuel Poverty In Social Housing

M-Four is a forward thinking consultancy business, focused on driving change and bringing excellence to the social housing sector.

Over the past five years, our consultants have been working closely with housing providers, local authorities, and other public sector organisations, providing a range of services that have helped improve almost 15,000 properties across Scotland.

We implement practical, progressive solutions with expertise and enthusiasm, whilst remaining truly devoted to our “Crazy Goal”: Eliminate Fuel Poverty, Save Lives and Improve the Health & Wellbeing of Social Housing Tenants in Scotland.

Trust Housing Association

We were contracted by Trust Housing Association to carry out Fire Safety Risk Assessment and consultancy services for their housing stock.

M-Four Case Studies
M-Four Case Studies

Trust Housing Association

We were contracted by Trust Housing Association to carry out Fire Safety Risk Assessment and consultancy services for their housing stock.

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A defining moment | Addressing the systemic issues in social housing
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A defining moment | Addressing the systemic issues in social housing

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