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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...

Large scale re-use and recycle scheme for London  Rate it
Large scale re-use and recycle scheme for London Nearly one million Londoners will be targeted by a campaign aimed at taking unwanted household items, refurbishing them and giving them a new home. read more...read more...

DECC make announcements re energy and carbon  Rate it
The government has this week released two policy announcements relating to green buildings. DECC has published the consultation on Minimum Energy Performance Standards, and confirmed that it will not amend the fourth carbon budget. read more...read more...

Gainsborough development wins an award  Rate it
Gainsborough development wins an award A green housing project in Gainsborough has reached the top spot at this year's Lincolnshire Energy Awards, as its energy performance beats all original predictions. read more...read more...

Five green council homes for Lincoln tenants  Rate it
City of Lincoln Council has brought the number of eco-friendly new homes it has provided in the past two years to 10. Five properties have just been built - and the first tenants are expected to move into the new properties in Stapleford Court, off Stapleford Avenue, within a fortnight. read more...read more...

Turning up the heat in Enfield  Rate it
Turning up the heat in Enfield An ambitious project to provide low carbon heating using hot water piped to homes across the Lee Valley in north London will be launched jointly by Enfield Council and the Mayor of London at City Hall next Monday, July 21st. read more...read more...
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