The Prime Minister is set to announce that new homes and buildings in England will be required to install electric charging points from next year.
London Councils has announced a £98bn London-wide plan to retrofit more than three million homes in a bid to achieve net zero carbon in properties across the capital.
A new UK-wide study of prospective buyers for new homes has revealed that 61% of house buyers prioritise energy efficiency for heating and fixtures when looking for a new home.
Manchester is being urged to adopt net-zero carbon for all new buildings when it introduces its new local plan in 2023.
A recent survey listed environmental friendliness and energy efficiency among their top considerations when purchasing new properties. This means a shift in attitudes, with more customers wanting greener homes. And the government is about to force landlords to up their g... Read more