The TrustMark Data Warehouse aims to address several recommendations in the Each Home Counts review commissioned by the Government in 2015 and published in December 2016.
The Review identified 27 recommendations, including the development of the Data Warehouse to enable consumers to access more accurate data and information about their homes, which can be used to provide stronger and more bespoke advice. It also highlighted the importance of how this system should be developed to help industry understanding of the market and to support compliance monitoring of the quality mark.
The longer-term aim of the Data Warehouse is to act as a place where information is held about work undertaken on a property, together with the improvements made. This can inform a Property Hub to act as the consumer-facing platform to access a ‘log book’ about their property – helping establish who did what and when.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org providing an outline of your areas on interest and one of the team will get in touch to discuss.
TrustMark takes Privacy and security of your data very seriously our Data Warehouse and Property Huatub - Privacy Notice informs how your data will be used. We have engaged with various industry sectors during its development.
Work can be lodged into the Data Warehouse via an on-screen form or for ECO via automated routes for those with the capability.
Our Data Dictionary contains details on the information required to lodge data in the Data Warehouse.
We have created an API so that users can use the screens to enter data or integrate their existing systems with the Data Warehouse to lodge data. We have created a sample project and will update the information on our GitHub page as necessary.
Guidance and answers to Frequently Asked Questions can be found on our Data Warehouse - Support page.
The homeowner facing a view of relevant information from the Data Warehouse.
More details will be provided throughout the development process.