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The Scottish Government has announced a new raft of measures to tackle climate change, including a promise to make energy efficiency a national infrastructure priority. The pledge which has been championed by 200 members of the Energy Bill Revolution means … More >>

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Latest GDHIF Figures

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Jun4

The latest monthly statistics from the Department of Energy & Climate Change (DECC) show that almost 1,800 Solid Wall Insulations (SWI) installations were completed under the Green Deal Home Improvement Fund (GDHIF) in April, bringing the total number so far … More >>

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Improvements worth over £100m will be made to Wales’ stock of social housing, the Welsh government has announced. The money will be available to be accessed by councils and housing associations to improve homes up to the Welsh Housing Quality Standard … More >>

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GDHIF Phase 3 Announced

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Apr21

DECC announced on 26 March that the £70 million of funding available under GDHIF Phase 3 for SWI and two measures had been allocated. However an additional £5 million is still available for two measures, the GDAR refund and Homebuyer’s Bonus from … More >>

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Scottish Government Funding Announced

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Apr21

The Scottish Government has announced the next phase of the HEEPS: Cashback Scheme and a new HEEPS: Loan Scheme as part of a £103 million investment to tackle fuel poverty. Under the HEEPS: Cashback Scheme £10 million is available for homeowners and private tenants … More >>

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The Green Deal Home Improvement Fund (GDHIF) Phase 3 is now open for applications with £70 million available for both solid wall insulation and/or two measures. Phase three was launched today (Monday 16th March) at midday and the funding for … More >>

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The two trade bodies for solid wall insulation, the National Insulation Association and INCA, have today reported that DECC will be extending the validity of vouchers already issued as part of the first phase of the Green Deal Home Improvement … More >>

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The Insulated Render and Cladding Association (INCA) has published a manifesto ahead of the General Election calling on any future Government to set out a clear role for external wall insulation (EWI) as part of a coherent energy efficiency strategy. … More >>

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Does Your Property Need Insulated Renders?

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Nov27

Your home’s lifespan can be extended with Alumasc’s insulated render systems. Reduced heating costs By installing EWI, heating costs are reduced by as much as 40%, due to improved energy efficiency. An average solid wall semi-detached home could save around £475 per … More >>

Supported by The National Federation of Roofing Contractors (NFRC) – the UK’s largest roofing trade association – the Green Roof Organisation (GRO) has unveiled a new and updated GRO Code for green roofing. The revised code is designed to provide … More >>

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