Manifesto pledges on domestic energy efficiency fall short – says OFTEC
OFTEC has welcomed moves announced in the main party manifestos towards improving domestic energy efficiency and carbon reduction but says these measures don’t go far enough in supporting the 970,000 oil using homes in England and Wales. The Conservatives have pledged to upgrade all fuel poor homes to an EPC rating of C by 2030 […]Read More
Industry reacts to the General Election 2015
The General Election 2015 is over, and the Conservative Party has secured the 326 seats needed to have a majority in the House of Commons. As a result, we’ve seen the resignations of opposition leaders Ed Milliband (Labour), Nick Clegg (Lib Dem) and Nigel Farage (UKIP), who have all stepped down from their positions. But […]Read More
Hopes and fears ahead of the General Election
Ahead of what is being tipped as one of the closest fought General Election battles, Chris Ingram, managing director and founder of Continental Underfloor, sets out his hopes and fears ahead of polling day. Chris Ingram said: “As a business leader I am very cautious about the prospect of a coalition with Labour and the […]Read More
Who will installers vote for in the General Election?
With the General Election just round the corner, a survey of tradesmen and women reveals 29% are yet to decide who to vote for – although it doesn’t look good for Ed Miliband with just 14% set to vote for Labour – and 55% of all polled saying Ed Miliband is the leader they would […]Read More