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Construction News Awards 2014 - Shortlist
After many hours of deliberation by our prestigious judging panel, we are delighted to announce the finalists for the 2014 Construction News Awards.
Construction News Awards 2014 - Posted 25/06/2014

Energy efficiency should become a national infrastructure priority, says National Insulation Association
The Government needs to commit to a major retrofitting programme of 1 million homes by 2020 as a national infrastructure priority, says the National Insulation Association (NIA).
Housing - Posted 25/06/2014

£5m refurbishment contract secured for 6,000 homes
A contractor has won a £5 million deal to refurbish and upgrade 6,000 Knightstone Housing’s properties.
Inside Housing - Posted 25/06/2014

Sixty Icon Walsall Housing Group and Birmingham City Business School Knowledge Transfer Programme to research attitudes towards energy efficiency
Walsall Housing Group has teamed up with Birmingham City Business School (BCBS) in a Knowledge Transfer Programme (KTP) to research attitudes towards energy efficiency in the area.
Greener Business - Posted 25/06/2014

Wedgwood site: Work starts on £34m redevelopment
Work has started on a £34m redevelopment of a Staffordshire pottery site, the company has said.
BBC - Posted 25/06/2014

Gas repairs company secures new contract with landlord
A gas repairs and maintenance company has secured a contract with a Merseyside housing association.
Inside Housing - Posted 25/06/2014

Design award triumph for local builder and housing group
The terrace of cottages that make up numbers 28-30, The Street, in Sutton Waldron, have won a major design and build award at the South West Region Local Authority Building Control (LABC) Awards.
Blackmore Vale Magazine - Posted 24/06/2014

Sixty Icon PDF: A housing stock fit for the future: Making home energy efficiency a national infrastructure priority
The report outlines the economic benefits of home retrofit. It calls for home energy efficiency to be made a national infrastructure priority and for all political parties to commit to a target of 1 million deep retrofits a year by 2020.
UK Green Building Council - Posted 24/06/2014

Sixty Icon Companies call for government to invest billions a year on home energy efficiency
A coalition of 20 organisations have written an open letter to the commercial secretary of the treasury asking for energy efficiency in UK homes to be made a ‘national infrastructure priority’.
Inside Housing - Posted 24/06/2014

Video: Jane's Story
Calling on the Government to better protect private tenants. Six years ago Jane's daughter Thirza moved to Cornwall to start an exciting new life with her husband and their two young children.
Electrical Safety First - Posted 24/06/2014

Sixty Icon Trust recognised in CIH working partnership group
Halton Housing Trust is part of an elite group of registered providers who have come together to share best practice and experience around repairs over a 12 month period.
24 Housing - Posted 24/06/2014

Sustainable Homes supports part of campaign for 1 million deep retrofits a year
The milestone 2008 Climate Change Act set out a target to cut carbon emissions by 80% by 2050. To date we have seen that making these cuts is possible in the housing sector – now we just need to scale it up.
Sustainable Homes - Posted 24/06/2014

Home energy efficiency must be a “national infrastructure priority”, major coalition urges
Energy efficiency in UK homes must become a “national infrastructure priority” – with Government committing to a target of retrofitting 1 million homes a year by 2020 – a major new coalition of 20 organisations from the construction, housing and environment sectors is urging today.
UK Green Building Council - Posted 24/06/2014

De minimis: State Aid rules and the Green Deal Home Improvement Fund
It is no secret that the Green Deal, launched in 2013, did not perform as desired in its first year of existence, for various reasons. Last month, after consultation, the Government announced a new funding scheme to support energy efficiency improvement works in homes – the Green Deal Home Improvement Fund (GDHIF).
Sustainable Homes - Posted 24/06/2014

Barratt Homes hands over Northwich properties to Muir Housing Group
The second and third phases of the Cheshire Limes development in Lostock Gralam near Northwich have been completed by Barratt Homes, with eight properties handed over to Muir Housing Group.
Housing - Posted 24/06/2014

Plans launched for a new voluntary sustainability standard for new homes
An independent research based consultancy has unveiled plans to develop a voluntary sustainability standard for new homes.
Property Wire - Posted 24/06/2014

Association appoints Lovell in £22m deal
A housing association has appointed Lovell to provide repairs to its 3,900-home stock in a £22 million deal.
Inside Housing - Posted 24/06/2014

Sixty Icon Call for landlords to be forced to check electric wires
Campaigners are calling for a change in the law to make landlords in England conduct mandatory checks on electrical fittings in rented properties.
BBC - Posted 24/06/2014

Helping tenants to cut their fuel bills
A Newent-based housing association is working with a local energy agency to help its tenants reduce their household fuel bills.
Two Rivers Housing - Posted 23/06/2014

BRE consults with housebuilding industry on development of voluntary sustainability standard for new homes
BRE is to consult with the housebuilding industry on the development of a voluntary sustainability standard for new homes which will recognise performance beyond minimum regulation.
Housing - Posted 23/06/2014

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