UK Green Building Council calls for stamp duty reforms to catalyse green home retrofit market

Cecilia Keating
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The UK's homes are among the leakiest in Europe | Credit: iStock
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The UK's homes are among the leakiest in Europe | Credit: iStock

UKGBC sets outs proposals for a 'green' stamp duty incentive as government data reveals record interest for Green Homes Grant in its final month

The UK Green Building Council is calling for the government to reform stamp duty to incentivise houseowners to make their homes more energy efficient, warning that urgent action is needed to drive long-term...

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