We all know that energy bills are soaring in the UK. So you would think Nottingham City Council would be looking to reduce these wherever possible.
However, apparently the thermostat on their main office building, Loxley House, is set at 23oc. This is very high and leads to complaints from people based in the building that they are too hot – particularly in the upper floors.
Surely turning the thermostat down to a more usual 20 or 21 0c would be an easy way to save a bit of money?