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Post date: 19 Jan 2012
Type: News

To take the survey now, click here. Completed surveys will participate in a draw to receive 10 hardcopies of the publication “Implementing the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD) – Featuring country reports 2010”.
Post date: 14 Jun 2011
Type: News

Based on DECC’s 2050 Pathways project, the report looks at the UK’s energy policies from the perspective of those people who will have to live with those decisions for their entire adult lives. The report was drafted by young people aged between 16 and 25 who visited power stations, nuclear plants and projects promoting renewable energy sources to investigate the issues at first hand and met with experts, industry, pressure groups and innovators, to look at how we keep the lights on in 2050 while reducing carbon emissions.
Post date: 8 Dec 2010
Type: News

Kitchen extensions were the most popular home improvement (13%), closely followed by conservatories (12%) and attic conversions (10%). Shelter and RIBA released the research to coincide with the launch this week of Architect in the House, a successful fundraising initiative now in its 14th year, in which architects nationwide offer free hour-long consultations to the public in return for a £40 suggested donation to Shelter. So far, the scheme has raised over £1 million for homeless and badly housed families and helped 50,000 homeowners realise their home improvement aspirations.
Post date: 22 Apr 2010
Type: News