Back on the road to net zero homes?

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The government's plans for Building Regulations are a step in the right direction, but they must go further and not hold local authorities back, argues the UK Green Building Council's Philip Box

On January 19th the government published its long-awaited response to the 2019-20 consultation on changes to Building Regulations in England, together with initial plans for the Future Homes Standard...

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