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Waste firm diverts old furniture to charity  Rate it
A waste management specialist from the north west of England has launched a scheme which aims to supply the national charity Shelter with recycled furniture. read more...read more...

Council votes to demolish 'Hobbit house'  Rate it
Council votes to demolish 'Hobbit house' Pembrokeshire councillors have today refused to grant retrospective planning permission for the turf-roofed low impact home of Megan Williams and Charlie Hague, built near Glandwr in 2012. read more...read more...

New fuel poverty proposals full of holes  Rate it
The government has been slammed by campaigners over plans announced today to target fuel poverty. The Department of Energy and Climate Change says it wants to replace the current, legally binding, target to eradicate fuel poverty by 2016. read more...read more...

Music students will have green halls  Rate it
Music students will have green halls A major contractor has secured the contract to build new green accommodation for Campus Living Villages to house over 400 students of the world-famous Royal College of Music in London. read more...read more...

Green Deal - here today, gone tomorrow  Rate it
It had finally started to take off - the much vaunted but initially slow Green Deal scheme had 3,234 plans in progress by the end of June - a 14% rise from the end of May. And then, suddenly, it was gone. read more...read more...

Stay of execution for low impact dwelling  Rate it
Stay of execution for low impact dwelling A couple ordered to take down a wooden eco-house built without planning permission have been given a stay of execution. Jules Smith, 54, and Matt Lepley, 34, have been told their Devon home "sits very comfortably" with planning guidance on sustainable developments. read more...read more...
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