The Green Deal was launched in England and Wales in January 2013. It is a scheme which allows business and homeowners to access energy saving improvements without making an initial cost outlay. Any costs incurred are repaid back through the savings made on the household electricity bill. However, the reported uptake has been slow. In […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Green Deal or No Deal?
As part of Dayle Bayliss Associates columns in Ipswich Star here is Dayle’s piece looking at how managing your building can cut business costs: An economic crisis inevitably forces businesses to make cuts and usually this means making staff redundant. But in her column this week, Suffolk’s Young Business Person of the Year Dayle Bayliss […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Can Going Green Cut Your Business Costs
You may be thinking of utilising the Green Deal initiative to make energy improvements in your Listed Building, but may not be sure how this may affect your building, we at Dayle Bayliss Construction Consultants may be able to help. The Green Deal is a government backed scheme that allows property owners to undertake energy saving […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on The Green Deal and Listed Buildings
Between the 23rd November and the 30th November it is SPAB’s 11th National Maintenance Week. This event is focused at demonstrating the importance of regular maintenance to a building regardless of age, scale or purpose. With the message of this years campaign being; A badly maintained building cannot be an energy efficient building. This message […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on National Maintenance Week – November 23rd to 30th 2012
We are pleased to have worked with the start up Social Enterprise, Lofty Heights. Lofty Heights employs disadvantaged youngsters, who, after extensive training, provide a loft emptying service for elderly and disabled people to allow them to take advantage of the free insulation schemes on offer. We have been asked by Lofty Heights to undertake the […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Loft Inspections and Working with Lofty Heights