A new guidance is indeed a revolutionary move of the UK government as the authorities aim to bolster onshore wind energy projects. But the new guidance, which will give local communities of England a voice and power to block these onshore initiatives, might lead to the end of onshore wind farm era. Even though the government will try to sweeten the possibility of a window with view of wind turbines with money, residents might be not in favor of wind farms as these facilities often roil outstanding landscapes and disrupt peaceful lives.
Apparently, the UK construction sector is slowly rising like a phoenix from the ashes as the newest findings showed that the segment finally recorded modest growth in May. Without a doubt, good news was brought as house building activity significantly strengthened.
It seems that the UK might have a golden goose as IGas Energy Plc informed that it had much more shale gas than initially estimated. This revelation might mean an approaching revolution which in turn will significantly decrease the UK reliance on foreign gas. Thus the country should take advantage of its colossal shale gas reserves.
It appears that EEF chief executive Terry Scuoler has given-in to emotions of markets around British industries and voiced his opinions that the present UK government should cut-back on its expenditure on health-care, essentially National Health System and look outward and spend actively on building roads, transport as well as science and innovation.
he UK government headed by David Cameron is trying to get the country’s economy back on rails following the economic crisis in 2008 by employing various approaches. These approaches include cutting down government spending on various social causes like healthcare and pouring billions of pounds to shore up the stressed out banking sector in order to reignite and sustain growth of industry.