Consultation outcome

Building regulations: conservation of fuel and power

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2012 consultation on changes to the Building Regulations in England: summary of responses

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Detail of outcome

Combined summary of responses to the 2012 consultation on changes to the building regulations.

Original consultation

This consultation ran from 31 January 2012 12:00am to
27 April 2012 11:45pm

Summary

Consultation about changes to the building regulations that relate to the energy efficiency of buildings (part L).

Documents

2012 consultation on changes to the building regulations in England: section 2 - part L

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2012 consultation on changes to the building regulations in England: section 2 - proposed changes to technical guidance

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Proposed changes to part L (conservation of fuel and power) of the building regulations 2012/13 in England: consultation-stage impact assessment

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Economic and analytical support for impact assessment of proposals to amend the building regulations in 2013

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Consultation description

This consultation paper sets out the detailed proposals on part L of the building regulations. It is section 2 of 4 of the 2012 building regulations consultation exercise.

It includes proposals for tighter carbon dioxide emission standards for new homes and non-domestic buildings, to take the next step towards zero carbon standards, plus tighter performance standards for works to existing buildings.

The paper also contains proposals to introduce, on a phased basis, requirements for additional energy efficiency improvements to be carried out when other specified works (eg extensions) are planned and Green Deal finance is available as an option to meet the up-front costs.

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