autumn statement

Growth relies on more than tax-relief and red tape removal – Opinion

Griff Thomas for GTEC and heatly gives his response to the 2023 autumn statement: Despite not getting much mention during his address to parliament, Mr. Hunt did offer a few positives in the full autumn statement when it comes to encouraging the take-up of renewables and removing some of the barriers. VAT relief available of […]

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What does the Autumn Statement 2015 mean for the heating and plumbing industry?

The Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne has delivered the first Autumn Statement of the current Conservative Government, which outlines his spending plans for the next four years. Some key policies for the heating and plumbing industry include: Plans to build 400,000 new homes in England New “London Help to Buy” scheme introduced, designed to help […]

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What does the solar industry hope for from the Autumn Statement 2015?

The Solar Trade Association give a summary of the solar industry’s hopes and expectations ahead of the Autumn Statement and Spending Review 2015: 1. Provide clarity on Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) funding The UK is falling far short of its domestic targets on renewable heat. The Energy Secretary has indicated she is looking to boost […]

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