‘Clean growth’ report steps into scrapping of green deal void and reinstates all new homes be zero carbon by 2020
Add to the top council tax bands to boost effective use of our housing stock, writes David RenshawYour letter writers on the housing shortage (5 September) neglect a key point – under-occupation of the existing stock...
From The Toronto Sun First posted: Sunday, August 27, 2017 03:14 PM EDT | Updated: Sunday, August 27, 2017 03:22 PM EDT This is a case where you want to look the proverbial gift horse in the mouth...
A growing number of Australians can't lower their power bills by accessing solar energy due to red tape and the rise in apartment living and rentals.
Power bills are soaring across Australia, but in remote areas with extremes of temperature the cost can be cripplingly high.
Housing association invests in electricity-generating turbines that will fund affordable homes in rural ScotlandAmid the rolling hills and woodland pastures of south-east Scotland, a wind of change is blowing through communities...
Gonçalves installed three concrete modules on the waterfront at the Arsenale, one of the Venice Biennale’s two main venues, to illustrate the simplicity of his inspiration...
The UK government’s failure to build new homes that are energy efficient will see future generations dealing with our costly mistakes
Housing prices in San Francisco are notoriously high, so twenty-five-year-old illustrator Peter Berkowitz thought inside the box to come up with a clever solution...
Cold homes make health problems worse. One housing association is saving the NHS thousands by keeping residents warm
Houses not built to high standards of insulation will have to be expensively retrofitted or risk breaching national carbon targets, climate watchdog warns
Measures announced by George Osborne reduce requirement for energy firms to install new boilers and insulation in homes of UK’s poorest
George Osborne has unveiled the results of the government’s spending review; here we analyse the key points in 25 main areas
Ground-breaking Energiesprong project is massively scaled back after falling short of funds to provide eco-makeovers for 100,000 British housing association and council homes
Damp basements, cracked walls and wallpapers dotted with mould patches – life in the town built on marshland is getting sticky, reports De Standaard
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