UK scraps EU water pollution rules to build 100,000 homes

The government has unveiled plans to eliminate EU-era regulations related to nutrient neutrality, paving the way for the construction of over 100,000 homes in England by 2030

UK plans EPC reforms

The changes to energy efficiency targets aim to alleviate the current pressure on the housing market

‘UK private renters face £1.4bn cost from proposed energy efficiency delay’

More than 2.4 million privately rented homes in England might be hit by higher energy bills due to the delay in implementing Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards. according to a report

UK’s 2030 petrol and diesel car sales ban is “immovable”, says Cabinet minister

Housing Secretary Michael Gove has assured that the 2030 ban on new petrol and diesel car sales will not be postponed

Ministers push Rishi Sunak to rethink net zero pledges

Senior Tories have reportedly advised the Prime Minister to protect households from costs of net zero policies

UK delays onshore wind ban review

The Secretary of State for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities has confirmed that the government is set to publish its formal response to the onshore wind ban consultation in the autumn

UK’s first coal mine in three decades gets go-ahead

The coal mine in Cumbria will produce fuel for steel-making

UK to relax rules on new onshore wind farms

New wind farms in England will still be subject to local consent

Minister backs bid to lift ban on new onshore wind farms

Michael Gove reportedly supports ending the ban on new turbines

Government grilled over oil drilling decision

Surrey County Council branded the decision as “disappointing”