The main objective of Part L regulations is to cut the UK’s carbon emissions in order to positively contribute to make all new homes zero-carbon by 2016. In fact, reduce carbon emissions from the built environment is essential for the UK in order to mitigate the Climate Change. Design performance of buildings is a key […]

Government scales back Part L ambitions with 6% carbon reduction

Part L revision is planned to be introduced next year in order to lessen the already-set ambitious carbon reductions for new buildings. Additionally, public consultation is currently taking place on how to achieve zero carbon homes. Carbon reductions have been suggested to change to 6% for new homes and 9% for new non domestic buildings. […]