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Using your appliances more efficiently can help reduce climate change effects, save water and save you money. When it comes to buying new appliances, choose the most efficient models to make a big difference.
The Doncaster Central Development Trust CIC has welcomed its first influx of new families to its eco friendly homes. The trust has given nine houses in Doncaster an environmentally-friendly makeover and is searching for community minded tenants to nurture the renovated homes. More are to be improved this year.
A number of houses in Doncaster have been given an environmentally friendly makeover and the owners are now looking for ‘green’ tenants.
The 31 properties, owned by Doncaster Central Development Trust (DCDT) include a range of energy efficiency boosting features designed to reduce their energy consumption, which in turn will reduce the home’s carbon footprints and running costs.
Work has now started on four houses in Hexthorpe purchased by Doncaster Central Development Trust (the Trust) The re-development of the houses will provide new affordable and sustainable homes.
The renovation work is being carried out by C. B. Builders, Murvic Contracts and Wave Form Services. These are all Doncaster based property and development companies were ...
28th September 2010, 6:00pm – 8:30pm, Trades and Labour Club, 19 South Mall, Frenchgate Centre. To register for this event please click here.
Join us for the latest NDC / DCDT community debate brought to you by the Community Engagement Task Group. Latest government announcements indicating that a range of benefits will be cut has come as ...
The biggest change though is currently hidden from view. A large single storey internal extension originally constructed in 2003 has been demolished, once again opening out the courtyard, and introducing much more natural light into the building. In addition works have commenced on demolishing some of the internal walls, which means that it is increasingly ...