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3,234 homes had green deal plans in progress by the end of June - a 14% rise from the end of May.
The government has been slammed by fuel poverty campaigners over plans announced today to target fuel poverty.
More than 75% of bill payers living in rented accommodation have never switched their energy supplier, a poll has revealed.
Social landlords in Scotland are now be able to apply for a chunk of the £4.5m fund to improve energy-efficiency measures in their homes.
Warrington Borough Council has approved £5.25m investment to provide 1,500 properties with solar panels and three sheltered housing schemes.
A round up of what’s happening in the housing sector this week - 14 to 18 July.
The number of complaints to the ombudsman about customers’ energy bills more than doubled in the first six months of this year, according to new figures.
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
To kick off rural housing week, Jonathan Layzell lays down the case for developing affordable homes in the countryside
The social housing sector needs a different approach to financing retrofitting than the current government policy, says Jeremy Kape
As a preview of his Chartered Institute of Housing conference event, Nigel Banks discusses tackling the nine million households in fuel poverty with lessons he’s learned.
The push for carbon zero homes is welcome, but there are still some apparent flaws
Just about everyone agrees that we need to build new garden cities – but that’s the easy bit. What comes next?
After the upheaval of last week’s European elections there was a return to the norm this week in the Queen’s Speech.