Stroma Certification is committed to the delivery of sustainability and energy efficiency. Our DCLG authorised Code for Sustainable Homes certification scheme promotes this by measuring housing sustainability in new build dwellings and will certify you as a CSH assessor.
CSH drives improvement in building practice by providing a comprehensive measure of housing sustainability. The aim of the Code is to limit the environmental impact of new build dwellings, by ensuring real improvements in key areas such as carbon dioxide emissions, waste, water usage and environmental impact. The role of a CSH assessor is to accurately evaluate new build dwellings against a range of criteria in order to generate a Code rating and report.
Highly competitive membership and lodgement fees. Stroma Certification conducts regular audits from a sample selection of CSH assessors to ensure consistency.
All quoted prices exclude VAT. * £30 lodgement fee per dwelling for sites with over 300 units. Minimum site fee is £145 per site.
Stroma Certification's Code for Sustainable Homes Certification scheme is approved by the relevant government departments. Scheme members undergo auditing at regular intervals to ensure consistency and high standards. We also recommend that members complete 10 hours of CPD per annum to maintain their high standards.
Become a CSH Assessor with Stroma Certification and download our CORE Code Report Writer software for free. Complete calculations, assessments and generate reports with ease. Explore the CORE
There’s two packages available for CSH certification, including the training and examination options required to practice as an assessor. Pick your package and take a step towards certification.
We’re committed to delivering a scheme that benefits you, just as your work benefits your customers. These incentives await our CSH members - free technical support on phone and email, an online CPD channel and a dedicated assessor members website.
It’s simple. Complete our online application form and start the process of joining the Stroma Certification Code for Sustainable Homes scheme.