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Our Mission

Our mission is to make heat networks the best they can be – for clients, for developments and for customers. We aim to ensure that heat networks deliver on their promise of providing affordable, low cost and reliable heating.


We will do this through a tightly codified management and quality assurance system that can be applied to all elements of new heat networks. This includes complete end-to-end  support from scheme inception and beyond hand over. 


Uniti is a unique coming together of sector leading technical skills with the knowledge and experience of managing heat networks for the long term. We help clients build heat networks that deliver not just today, but for years to come.


For clients

Uniti works only for you the client to ensure you get the new development that works clients and their customers. And that means representing the clients’ interests at every stage from the design development through to hand over and beyond.

For developers

Our expert team provides the complete end to end support to minimise any issues on the development and to deliver the best heat network possible. With over 50 years of experience and sector leading knowledge and insights no one provides better technical support.

For customers

Heat networks that are badly designed, developed and delivered become long term management issues for clients. Uniti starts from this premise and works with clients to ensure that they deliver lower cost management and provide affordable, low cost and reliable heating for years to come.

Meet the leadership team

Uniti came in to being from our direct experience of trying to tackle communal heating from inside housing providers.  Between us we have over 50 years experience of coming up with the solutions to make communal scheme deliver on their promises and to create heating systems that are financially viable, deliver great service and provide affordable and reliable heat for customers.


Co-Founder & Director

Will has worked in social housing sustainability for 15 years, including 10 years as Head of Sustainability at large social housing provider where he was responsible for direct management of heat network portfolio of over 4000 properties.

In 2019, he co-founded Chirpy Heat to provide independent and impartial advice to housing providers to deliver great heat networks and fulfil their promises to be low cost, low carbon and easy to manage. Over the last 3 years they have advised over 50 housing providers with over 2,000 heat networks, representing more than 65,000 properties, helping clients with every type of management issue they have on heat networks ranging from compliance, cost, customers, contracts, capability and carbon.

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Co-Founder & Director

Alistair has worked as an industry leading technical expert on heat networks for over 20 years. He is a CIBSE Certified Heat Network Consultant is passionate about creating fit for purpose low carbon energy efficient heat networks that help reduce fuel poverty.


Alistair is responsible for the development and management of the unique Uniti whole heat network process with a particular focus on design, installation, commissioning, and operation of heat networks.

Alistair also sits on the CIBSE West Midlands committee with an emphasis on training.



Co-Founder & Director

Rachael has worked in the sustainability sector for over twenty-five years.  She co-founded SE2 in 2004, a small consultancy that brings together stakeholders to develop policies, strategies, guidance and practices to transform and decarbonise our energy system.


Through 2016-2019, Rachael worked within the Sustainability Team at Southern Housing, specifically focused on improving their new and existing communal heating schemes and processes, including efficiency analysis, tariff setting, customer communications and internal stakeholder liaison.


For a number of years, Rachael has also been closely linked into the heating sector through her work with the Association for Decentralised Energy (for whom she is also a Non-Exec Director), HNDU, HNIP, and various local authority networks.


Co-Founder & Director

Nicholas has worked in housing for over thirty years and has been responsible for a wide range of award-winning housing, energy and environmental initiatives nationally and internationally that includes new developments, existing communities, corporate action and national research.


Previously he was a Project Director at Places for People, one of the UK’s largest property management and development companies and a non-executive Director of Viridian Solar, the National Communities Resource Centre and is currently a Non-Executive Director Lincolnshire Rural Housing Association.


He has a passion for making housing the best it can be for both providers and customers. A key part of this is driving improvement in the development and management of heat networks so that they deliver on their promise of providing low cost, low carbon and reliable heating.

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