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More insulation needed as Cameron makes pledge on homes
More insulation could be required for homes as prime minister David Cameron has pledged to push hard for more housebuilding.He used his Conservative Party conference speech to attack opponents of planning reform, noting the average first-time buyer w...

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Insulation may be the solution as energy capacity set for squeeze
Insulation may be of increasing importance in homes as a new report has said Britain's spare energy capacity is set to plunge. A report by regulator Ofgem has said the level of slack in the system is currently 16 per cent, but by 2015-16 this wi...

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Seek guidance on insulation, owners of old homes told
People who live in older houses should seek expert advice before setting out to fit insulation, the National Home Improvement Council (NHIC) has said. Director of the NHIC Andrew Leech explained: "There are a whole range of houses and propertie...

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Insulation 'a key home improvement'
Insulation is one of the first things people should do if they want to improve their homes, a heating systems maker has said.Technical director at Viessmann Christian Engelke said some of Britain's older houses are among the least energy-efficien...

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Insulation set to be needed as homes deal agreed
Substantial amounts of insulation material may be needed to fit out 240 new homes set to be built under a new public-private deal in Manchester. The city council has agreed a deal with the Greater Manchester Pension Fund that will see the private bo...

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Energy firms set for insulation rush?
Energy firms may be in a big hurry to get more insulation fitted in homes, as they could be fined for failing to meet energy efficiency targets.Industry watchdog Ofgem is seeking to ensure "vulnerable" customers are given as much help as po...

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New insulation spending part of Scottish Budget
The Scottish government has announced its latest draft Budget - with more money for home insulation. Finance minister John Swinney revealed there will be a £30 million fund for energy efficiency measures aimed partly at combating fuel poverty....

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Energy inefficiency 'can be helped by insulation'
Homes can be made more energy efficient through the installation of insulation, the expert who coined the term fuel poverty has said.Dr Brenda Boardman from the Environmental Change Institute at Oxford told a conference in Edinburgh that making homes...

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Government in new bid to boost building
The government has announced it is bringing forth new legislation aimed at stimulating construction and infrastructure development to boost the economy.Such measures may increase demand for insulation, which would be installed in newly-constructed bu...

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North Wales homes receive insulation
A housing estate in north Wales has been benefitting from millions of pounds worth of improvements, including insulation, residents have said. Cartrefi Conwy spent £4 million on insulating homes on the Peulwys estate in Llysfaen, as well as ot...

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