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The decent homes programme saved the NHS £392 million by reducing the number of accidents and illnesses between 2001 and 2010, according to modelling by researchers at consultancy BRE.
The government’s changes to the energy company obligation could have ‘serious implications for funding schemes that tackle fuel poverty’, according to the Scottish Federation of Housing Associations.
Hull Council has decided to invest £75 million from its housing revenue account in building 3,500 new homes, retrofit 3,000 and bringing 650 properties back into use.
A review of the energy company obligation could mean a step back for efforts to insulate hard-to-treat homes
New guidelines for environmental offences may mean hefty fines
The government should take a lesson from its 1666 predecessor about being ambitious, says Matthew O’Connell
The responses to the housing standards review are a step back for environmental progress