Consultation opens for London-wide expansion of ULEZ

The scheme is designed to slash the amount of toxic air Londoners are being exposed to

Elizabeth Line could be ‘carbon-negative’

Set to open next week, the line could be carbon-negative in just over a decade

‘Nearly 1.5m households will be left unable to pay for energy bills and food’

London and Scotland are predicted to become the worst-hit areas by the crisis

Fire officers issue stark warning as energy bills skyrocket

People turn to open fires instead of switching on central gas heating

Energy bills causing the biggest financial pain for 48% of Londoners

People are more concerned about rising energy bills than rent or mortgage payments, according to a new survey

UK Power Networks unveils new flexibility tender

The tendering process will be for 292MW of power across 113 sites in London, the East and the South East of England

Majority of UK homebuyers keen to pay more for green homes

Almost 71% of future homebuyers consider EPC ratings to be important in their decision, according to a new survey

Extinction Rebellion activists glue hands to BEIS building

The environmental campaign group has called on the government to stop new oil and gas projects

Chancellor’s own constituency ‘hit by record rise in fuel poverty’

In the Richmond (Yorks) constituency, almost 30% of the local population faces fuel poverty, according to a new report

Does London have the ‘fourth-highest LEZ fine in the world’?

Britain’s capital ranked in fourth place with ULEZ and Congestion penalty charges of £80, according to new research