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  • The ongoing debate over replacing natural gas with hydrogen for heating continues. Whilst oil and gas firms are pushing for the use of hydrogen when the country starts to phase out gas as a heating fuel, an article from the BBC explains that climate think tank E3G, WWF, and...

  • A fire has broken out on a 19-storey tower block in Poplar, London this morning. It has been reported that parts of the eighth, ninth, and 10th floors are alight and more than 125 firefighters are on the scene. The tower block, called Providence Wharf, is reported to have "Grenfell-style" cladding....

  • Restrictions are now in place on the sale of coal, wet wood and manufactured solid fuels for burning in the home. The restrictions, which came into force on 1 May, mean that: Sales of bagged traditional house coal and wet wood in units under 2m3 are now unlawful.Wet wood in...

  • The amount of households in the moving process is up by a staggering 50% based on a year-on-year comparison report by twentyci. The surge in house moving after the first lockdown has continued and figures indicate that Q1 2021 saw over 330,000 exchange of contracts, which is a year on year growth of...

  • Making up around 7% of newly built properties each year, self and custom builds are to get support from the government to increase output by way of the government’s policy paper ‘Self and custom build action plan’. It is estimated that around 13,000 of these properties are built each year and...