MPs fail to bolster zero carbon homes standards

Jessica Shankleman
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Rushed debate leaves no time for vote on crucial amendment to sustainable homes code

MPs yesterday failed to vote on changes to the Infrastructure Bill that would have ensured house builders prioritise green measures such as solar panels and higher levels of insulation under the zero carbon...

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