Tackle cold homes, ministers told

Feb 2, 2016

“PX argues that improving home efficiency creates many jobs; combats fuel poverty; reduces air pollution; minimises carbon emissions; cuts fuel imports; benefits the balance of payments; and reduces the need to build new power stations.

“It’s pretty much a no-brainer,” said Richard Howard of PX.

“Bringing people’s homes up to standard is incredibly good value for money. We don’t typically think of housing as infrastructure like we think of roads and railways – but we’ve got to change the way we approach this: housing is critical infrastructure.”

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