The Off-site housing sector has suffered from a lack of co-ordinated supply chain demand and in many cases, this is due to uncertainty of the many technologies available to end users.
As such, organisations who have set up 2d and 3d manufacturing plants, have chased pilot schemes, often quite far from their point of manufacture.
With an ever-increasing number of registered providers involved in the OSHA, and a significant support from other influential stakeholders, the alliance offers a compelling opportunity for all parties to benefit from a potential increased demand (for the chosen partners) and a multi-skilled partnership that all share the same ambition.
The ambition being
“To deliver high quality, affordable and high-performance homes using the very best, and robust off-site technologies”
OSHA creates a platform with increased certainty of outcome for all stakeholders in the off-site housing sector.
Further details of how the alliance is developing can be sought from the Project Director on our contact page.
Learn more about the focused strategy underpinning the OHSA here.
Find out about the huge insight that will be created by the OHSA approach here.