Our experts have put together a bulletin setting out the main changes proposed in the consultation document in respect of Approved Document Part L – which includes an approach to support the UK’s net zero greenhouse emissions target for 2050 by looking to decarbonize our homes.
The bulletin identifies from within the consultation how the government hopes to reduce CO2 emissions, future proof, improve air tightness and overall build quality compliance to safeguard building performance.
Focus is running a series of seminars about the proposals for clients. If you’d like an update, please get in touch with Focus partner Jason Redfearn to arrange a seminar.
To find out more about the main changes that are being put forward, take a look at the bulletin here
The Future Homes Standard consultation has now been extended to 7th February 2020.