George Osborne has announced the end of the UK’s zero carbon buildings policy. The Productivity Plan confirms that the government is dropping the zero carbon buildings policy first announced in […]Read More
George Osborne has announced the end of the UK’s zero carbon buildings policy.
The Productivity Plan confirms that the government is dropping the zero carbon buildings policy first announced in 2007. Included in the widely trailed announcement of changes to the planning process is a statement that
“The Government will repeat its successful target from the previous Parliament to reduce net regulation on house builders. The government does not intend to proceed with the zero carbon Allowable Solutions carbon offsetting scheme, or the proposed 2016 increase in on-site energy efficiency standards, but will keep energy efficiency standards under review, recognising that existing measures to increase energy efficiency of new buildings should be allowed time to become established”. (See para 9.17, penultimate bullet, page 50 of the document)Read More
60w Lumen Comparison A side-by-side comparison of a 60-watt incandescent bulb and its replacements shows that you can save energy and money with nearly the same level of light output.Read More
Congratulations to Carl, one of our senior assessors. He is now fully qualified in SAP assessments, enabling us to now bring this service in-house. Carl joined GreenFish in 2010 and […]Read More
Are you a private Landlord? New regulations state from 1 April 2018 all domestic properties that are being let will be required to have an EPC with a rating no […]Read More