As part of the roadmap to the 2025 Future Homes Standard, updated building regulations will come into force on 15th June 2022, providing guidance on the conservation of fuel and power within new and refurbished dwellings. The uplifted Part L (or Approved Document L) of Building Regulations 40, requires all new homes registered in England and Wales to produce 31% less CO2 emissions on the current SAP model to meet compliance.
Housebuilders and developers will need to demonstrate through photographs that new builds and refurbished dwellings are constructed using materials, methods and technology that meet standards.
It is essential that housebuilders and developers understand how to meet standards within these regulations, but also how they stay ahead of the curve by having the right tools and processes in place for compliance.
As a leading client of Common Data Environment [CDE] for quality management and digital handover, our new paper delves into these, focusing on Photographic Evidence of the uplifted Part L Standard of the UK’s Building Regulation 40
This whitepaper will address:
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