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COP21: Ministers in Paris as Climate Talks Enter Final Days

COP21: Ministers in Paris as Climate Talks Enter Final Days

The Paris climate talks have entered the second phase amid a sense of optimism that a global deal could be agreed by Friday, despite slow progress and continued rows over financial issues. The high-level negotiations at Le Bourget are being attended by ministers who...

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COP21 Paris Climate Change Summit: Is 2°C Achievable?

COP21 Paris Climate Change Summit: Is 2°C Achievable?

Since 30th November 2015, whilst still recovering from the horrific terrorist attacks, Paris has been hosting the COP21 Climate Summit with at least 80 government leaders from all major nations across the world in attendance. Together, they will set the scene for the...

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Chancellor Publishes Spending Review and Autumn Statement

Chancellor Publishes Spending Review and Autumn Statement

The Chancellor has published the results of the spending review, including details of the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) budget over the course of this Parliament. The Government aims to release funds to be able to invest £4 trillion on its priorities...

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Landlords – Failing To Act Now May Damage Your Asset Value

Landlords – Failing To Act Now May Damage Your Asset Value

The deadline for achieving an EPC rated at an ‘E’ or above for privately rented property is April 2018. By this time the EPC must be secured and lodged for landlords to be able to issue a new lease for a property, even to existing tenants. As EPCs measure the fabric...

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