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Wildlife Underpass for Protected Newts  Rate it
Wildlife Underpass for Protected Newts Rare and protected great crested newts and other amphibians are to be given their own road underpass to ensure they continue to thrive, despite plans for 1000 new homes nearby. read more...read more...

Rebuilt River Cottage installs biomass heating  Rate it
Rebuilt River Cottage installs biomass heating River Cottage, made famous by celebrity chef Hugh Fearnley-Wittingstall has been rebuilt following a devastating fire in early 2012, and a biomass wood pellet boiler has been installed to provide sustainable heating. read more...read more...

Worthing eco homes open for the first time  Rate it
Worthing eco homes open for the first time Eco houses in Worthing have been open to the public for the first time this weekend. The event has been organised by eco open houses, the Low Carbon Trust, Transition Town Worthing and Brighton Permaculture Trust. read more...read more...

Torquay's eco development officially opens  Rate it
Torquay's eco development officially opens An award-winning housing development in Torquay, the first large-scale eco-development in the South West, has officially been opened with the unveiling of a sculpture celebrating the Devon coastline. read more...read more...

Pickles rejects wind farm on a whim  Rate it
Communities and Local Government Secretary, Eric Pickles, has announced that he will be extending his period of calling in planning decisions on renewable energy projects for a further 12 months - essentially right up until the election. read more...read more...

Green engineering centre for rural Norfolk  Rate it
Green engineering centre for rural Norfolk A highly sustainable, low carbon Advanced Manufacturing and Engineering Centre has been completed for Hethel Engineering in Norfolk, powered by waste generated by the occupants. read more...read more...
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