All New Homes Must Produce 30% fewer emissions than current standards.
When you’re carrying out building work you are responsible for making sure that that project complies with certain legal rules and regulations.
From the 15th of June 2022, current building regulations in England have recently changed to improve energy efficiency in both residential and non-residential buildings.
These alterations are part of a longer-term plan to reach net-zero carbon emissions by 2050, when we expect the ‘Future Homes and Building Standard’ to be introduced.
The UK Government is taking steps now to reduce current carbon emissions, and as housing is a major contributor, measures need to be introduced to help increase energy efficiency.
The changes relate to Approved Documents F, L, and O and a new Approved Document S and apply to new builds in both residential and non-residential buildings as well as home renovations and extensions.
The key aims of the changes are to:
As a homeowner planning a new build home or a developer at the start of your next project, it is your responsibility to ensure that you are complying to all building regulations when managing your new home development. We understand that this can be confusing so lean on our expert support to help you get it right.
Our Architectural team has spent hours and hours making sure they are ‘up to date’ and ‘acquainted’ with all building regulations, ‘new and old’ so that you don’t have to.
We can handle your project through all the rules and systems, to obtain speedy approval from the local planning authority.
We look forward to hearing from you.
MP Architects LLP was founded in 1985 by Martyn Pattie). Our established practice provides Homeowners and Developers with exceptional architectural design services. MP Architects LLP, RIBA Accredited team of Chartered Architects pride ourselves on our ability to produce innovative yet practical design. We understand and deliver on the importance of applying creativity and attention to detail to every project, every step of the way from concept to completion.
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