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Will extending the gas grid help tackle fuel poverty?

Fuel poverty is a real issue for homes in the UK. Rising energy prices and inefficient buildings mean people are...

From CSCS to ECS, which cards do electricians need and why?

It’s almost impossible to gain access to a construction site without being in possession of a trade card. Not only...

Prefabricated solar cylinders – what installers need to know

Jon Cockburn, Head of Marketing at Heatrae Sadia, explains more about prefabricated solar cylinders, and discusses how much time they...

Ford Transit Connect 2013 review

Swapping the old model’s square-cut, boxy styling in favour of more sculpted, flowing lines, Ford’s new Transit Connect is the...

The paper tax disc is no more

As of 1 October 2014 the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) will no longer be issuing paper tax discs...

Industry reacts to David Cameron’s speech

David Cameron has made his speech which ended the Conservative Party Conference. In it, the Prime Minister promised to build...

New legionella laws for rental properties

There are new laws for landlords and letting agents to make sure their tenants are protected from legionella. Following an...

Iveco Daily voted International Van of the Year 2015

Companies running vans can now access a new vehicle range offering improvements in fuel consumption, payload capacity, ride comfort, handling...

Five steps to unvented cylinder success

Choosing an unvented hot water cylinder can be a minefield for installers, with an increasing number of manufacturers having brought...

Used van values hit new high in 2014

British Car Auctions (BCA) recorded a used light commercial vehicle average value of £5,658 in August, an increase of £160...