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Housing: Insulation

Question for Department for Energy and Climate Change

UIN 227143, tabled on 11 March 2015

To ask the Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change, pursuant to the contribution of the Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change of 3 February 2015, Official Report, column 22WH, on cavity wall insulation, when he plans to report progress on (a) discussions with Ofgem, (b) obtaining a summary of the number of complaints received by Ofgem and that body's views on those complaints, (c) consideration of a review of complaints, (d) consideration of the case for introducing independent oversight for all guarantees, (e) consideration of introduction of independent assessments two years after installation and (f) consideration of regulation of initial sales conversations.

This answer is the replacement for a previous holding answer.

Answered on

18 March 2015

At the recent Westminster debate on 3 February I made a commitment to write to all interested members to update on the actions my officials are taking to review these issues before the dissolution of Parliament.

Answered by

Department for Energy and Climate Change
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