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Future of 'hobbit house' hangs in the balance  Rate it
Future of 'hobbit house' hangs in the balance The owners and builders of the currently infamous 'hobbit house' at Glandwr in Pembrokeshire have had their final appeal. The future of the building will be decided after this week's meeting with Welsh Government planners. read more...read more...

Solar PV is still a great investment - study says  Rate it
A UK based renewable energy firm has praised a national newspaper report enlightening consumers to the savings to be made through solar. The publication has compiled data that shows how solar panel government subsidies have fallen over the past five years after peaking between 2010 and 2012. read more...read more...

Illegally sourced wood may still be available in UK  Rate it
Illegally sourced wood may still be available in UK A recent investigation by WWF-UK has raised concerns about the ability of some UK companies - including Oak Furniture Land and Fender - to prove where their wood supply comes from. Customers could unwittingly be buying products containing wood from threatened forests. read more...read more...

Nottingham eco-homes in high demand  Rate it
Nottingham eco-homes in high demand Thirty-five green homes in The Meadows area of Nottingham have been snapped up within just six months going on sale. "There is a real interest in the clean and green lifestyle these properties offer, said the estate agent. read more...read more...

Photovoltaics top choice for Housing Associations  Rate it
Photovoltaics (PV) are the most popular choice of sustainable technology for housing associations, a new report by the NHBC Foundation has found, with around three quarters saying they would use PV products again in the future. read more...read more...

Very high airtightness at new distribution centre  Rate it
Very high airtightness at new distribution centre The newly constructed national distribution centre of a major retailer has achieved an air permeability figure of 0.51m3/hr/m2 at 50Pa; the lowest for any building of its type. The figure is one sixth of the Part L minimum requirement. read more...read more...
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