Better foundations for new builds
Paul Davidson on what the new Part L means for those working in the construction industryThe new version of Part L of the building regulations came into force in England on 6 April. The headline changes are a further 6% tightening of the carbon emissions target for new homes and a new man
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In R. (on the application of Friends of the Earth Ltd) v Secretary of State for the Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, the claimant applied for judicial review of the Secretary’s decisions to approve pro-posals and policies prepared under the Climate Change Act 2008, and to publish the government’s Net Zero Strategy to comply with his obligations.
The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy recently consulted on proposals to strengthen and improve the Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS), and has published its response and decisions.
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