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Orbit Group has agreed a retrofit deal with British Gas in which the association will invest £5m into the first stage of a six year energy efficiency programme.
After months of feverish waiting, Sir Michael Lyons has finally delivered his take on how a Labour government can meet their target of building 200,000 homes a year by 2020. Nick Duxbury spent an afternoon analysing the 180 page document so you don’t have to.
Housing experts are warning that landlords face a costs squeeze under the reformed social rent formula as a result of unprecedentedly low inflation rates.
- Association signs £18m solar deal
- New joint venture model could deliver more homes
- Does size matter?
- Social landlords lobby for radical rent model
- Government to introduce a minimum space standard for new homes
- If the hat fits: John Healey's housing mission
- Plans for government-backed model tenancy agreement unveiled
If David Cameron lets energy companies off the hook in the lead up to the election, it will be tenants missing out on hundreds of pounds of savings, writes Nick Duxbury
The government has picked the easy target but not the right target in the energy battle, writes Nick Duxbury
Now party season is over, Nick Duxbury reflects where the three parties stand on energy efficiency
- Energy required
- High Standards
- The future is green
- A green red herring
- Ray of light
- Spanner in the works
- Off the line