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Decent homes programme improves tenants health  Rate it
Decent homes programme improves tenants health A newly published report sets out the health benefits reaped by tenants whose social housing was upgraded under the government's Decent Homes Programme. read more...read more...

New biomass boiler warranty lasts as long as the RHI  Rate it
Lack of internal space should no longer be an issue for companies wishing to generate their own biomass heat energy and take advantage of generous Government incentives for doing so. read more...read more...

Demolished factory generates 140,000 recycled bricks  Rate it
Demolished factory generates 140,000 recycled bricks A demolition site in Hull is providing materials for repairing properties elsewhere in the country. Thousands of disused bricks will be cleaned up and palletised then transported to the Midlands to a central distribution depot. read more...read more...

Innovative insulating panels chosen for green development  Rate it
Innovative insulating panels chosen for green development One of the UK's largest 'zero carbon' developments, Hanham Hall has benefited from an innovative and highly insulating panel system forming part of the walls and roofs of all the 185 green properties in South Gloucestershire. read more...read more...

Pickles does nothing to protect allotments  Rate it
The supposedly 'greenest ever' government's Communities Secretary Eric Pickles has approved 59 applications by councils to sell allotment sites to make way for development, it has emerged. read more...read more...

Local initiatives cut energy bills  Rate it
Local initiatives cut energy bills Stop investing in dirty fossil fuels and rapidly shift to renewable energy to prevent dangerous climate change this was the message from Sunday's long-awaited UN report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. read more...read more...
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