Householders should be able to fit new windows and doors without a compulsory environmental inspection by the local authority or going to the expense of using a large 'FENSA' registered company. They should also be allowed to fit new lights and sockets in their kitchens and bathrooms and external lights without employing expensive 'part p' qualified electricians.
Why does this idea matter?
An Englishman's home used to be his castle. Now the nanny state, green extremists have a right to dictate that I cannot use a perfectly competent local handyman at a sensible price to replace my back door or fit a new kitchen light.