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The Scottish government has today announced which organisations will receive £4.5m for more than 1,600 homes to be made more energy efficient.
The study by the not-for-profit consultancy Sustainable Homes for the Department of Energy and Climate Change has found associations managing property are in the best position to offer help, ahead of energy charities and family and friends.
Labour’s review of the housing sector is likely to recommend a sharing of council borrowing ‘headroom’ but not the removal of controversial debt caps.
Nelson McCausland has lost his post as Northern Ireland’s social development minister in a cabinet reshuffle.
A Labour government would require all private rented homes to meet a decency standard by 2027, Caroline Flint has announced.
A planning charity and house builder have hit back at the planning minister’s rejection of an award-winning garden cities proposal as ‘urban sprawl’.
Labour would insulate at least 5 million draughty homes to help families save cash on their energy bills, the Guardian has reported this morning.
Paul Ciniglio reveals the results of research conducted by First Wessex and the Zero Carbon Hub into the installations of mechanical ventilation with heat recovery
The Scottish voters have spoken. So what comes next? Follow our live blog today to get the housing sector’s reaction to the result.
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