Government promises Green Deal boost for solid wall insulation

James S Murray
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Clarification on planning rules for solid wall insulation paves way for Green Deal launch

The government has today relaxed planning rules to make it easier for households and offices to install solid wall insulation, ahead of the launch of the Green Deal energy efficiency scheme later this...

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