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More than 750 homes in south Wales have been left without gas following a burst water main, which led to water leaking into gas pipes.
New Charter Homes has signed an £18m deal to fit up to 4,500 homes with solar panels in Greater Manchester.
Future governments will be required to tackle England’s least energy-efficient properties to fight fuel poverty, the government has announced today.
The number of households taking advantage of the green deal and the energy company obligation (ECO) in June was the lowest in over a year, government figures have revealed.
Contractor Keepmoat is expected to be taken over by a pair of private equity investors.
Repair bill cap will force social landlords to fund work themselves
Sandwell Council has appointed Keepmoat as part of a two-year improvement framework to carry out works on homes in three high rise blocks.
Social landlords can learn a green lesson from the private sector, says Natalie Owen
When David Cameron had a wind turbine installed at his house, experts estimated that it could save the PM-in-waiting up to 30% on his energy bills.
Zero-carbon obligations can be met through ‘allowable solutions’
The government’s haphazard announcements on sustainability just before recess have left social landlords with a lot of questions
Social landlords should not wait for government targets in order to respond to fuel poverty, argues Steve Grocock
Landlords in Scotland will have to reveal environmental data
A round up of what’s happening in the housing sector this week - 21 to 25 of July.
Landlords that become energy suppliers must do so for the right reasons