No 10 Downing Street wins sustainable building award

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The prime minister's residence is named as the building that has made the most year-on-year improvement in the UK scheme

David Cameron may have been mocked for his failure to put up a wind turbine at his Notting Hill home, but his green efforts at the office seem to have paid off: No 10 Downing Street has won a sustainable...

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