'Get serious': Housing firms call on government to deliver £2.3bn home retrofit programme

Michael Holder
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Housing firms urge government to 'get serious' about energy efficiency and home retrofits in order to address cost of living crisis and drive net zero transition

Major housing firms have demanded the government "get serious" about the cost of living crisis by committing £2.3bn a year to retrofitting millions of draughty homes across the country over the next decade,...

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