UK housebuilders to face 'zero carbon ready' standard from 2025

Michael Holder
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Government confirms Future Homes Standard will apply to any new homes built from 2025, delivering a major uptick in the pace of the shift away from gas boilers - but campaigners are left disappointed by failure to adopt more rapid timetable

All new homes built from 2025 will need to be 'zero carbon ready' in the UK under fresh green building standards published by the government yesterday, which should lead to a major uptick in investment...

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