Embodied carbon regulations: a case of not if but when

Chris AWOl crop

Housebuilders will have to adapt their business model to account for tougher carbon reduction targets

I’m going to miss the European Union. Because most of our laws came from the EU, with a considerable time lag, it was relatively easy to predict future legislation in the UK and position the business accordingly.

The UK approach to policy making may be different in the future if the Home of 2030 design competition is anything to go by.

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