Future Buildings Standard: Building professionals and green NGOs slam 'significant shortcomings'

Cecilia Keating
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Modular, low carbon homes being developed in Kent | Credit: Public Sector plc
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Modular, low carbon homes being developed in Kent | Credit: Public Sector plc

21 organisations call for new National Retrofit Strategy in letter to top civil servant at housing ministry, warning current standards lack 'vision and ambition’

Green campaigners have joined forces with the UK's leading built environment groups to urge the government to take steps to make its new building energy regulation proposals more ambitious, warning that...

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