metroSTOR are supporting Housemark’s online Estate Services Club Meeting

metroSTOR’s Business Development Director, Nigel Deacon has been invited to speak at Housemark’s next online Estate Services Club Meeting on Wednesday, 14th June 2023.

Housemark, jointly owned by two public sector charities, the Chartered Institute of housing and the National Housing Federation, works across the housing sector in the UK, including local authorities and councils. The Estate Service Club tackles operational and strategic elements of delivering estate services, identifying best practice, and discussing and debating new approaches and performance.

The meeting will bring together Social Housing Practitioners from across the sector and will cover important topics such as: Fire risks posed by electric bikes and scooters and issues around their storage, Fly-tipping and waste management, and Urban community regeneration.

Nigel will be speaking alongside Prof. Paul Christensen, Newcastle University and Founding Director of Lithiumionsafety, and they will explore the fire risks around lithium-ion batteries (LiBs) and the charging of mobility scooters, e-bikes and e-scooters indoors, as well as discuss solutions to the challenges of storing e-mobility devices in housing estates.

E-mobility devices on fire

Housemark Specialist Clubs are open to both Housemark subscribers and non-subscribers. With the content driven by members’ priorities and requests, shaping the agenda for the future, the meetings are well worth signing up to!

To find out more about our Personal Mobility Device Storage & Charging solutions click here.