There are Government grants for people to fix solar panels to their house roofs, so why have local councils not approved their tenants to install these panels?
Solar panels, we are told, can put electricity back into the national grid and pay the tenants a bonus (which could be taken by the council to help keep down council tax or rents).
It has the advantage of giving cheaper power for the tenant, and cutting greenhouse gases.
Does anybody know why councils have not adopted this scheme?
Charles P O'Brien
WITH regards to Scottish bank notes not always being accepted in England and other places.
Perhaps if there was only one Scottish note for each denomination instead of three different banks printing their own notes our southern cousins wouldn't be so confusing.
How about a United Bank of Scotland?
Has the Scottish Government thought about this should we vote to become independent?
I WAS walking along the Clydeside walkway, stepping over the broken glass, discarded alcohol bottles and litter, when I came across offenders on the Community Payback Scheme, picking up litter and painting poles yellow near certain stairways into the River Clyde.
Their supervisor told me this was to enhance the visibility of these access points, near lifebelts, should anyone fall into the river.
Good on Glasgow City Council!
i am a pensioner, and regularly pick up litter off the streets and put it in bins to keep Glasgow neat and tidy. I don't send the city council a bill for this.
However, although I have been driving since 1976 and have always done my best to stay with in the law, I have just received a bus lane fine from them.
No questions, no ands ifs or buts. Just told to pay up!
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